Scholarship Council Sept. Meeting: A Closer Look at the Research and Scholarship Enterprise

Scholarship Council Sept. Meeting: A Closer Look at the Research and Scholarship Enterprise

This month's Scholarship Council meeting was held on Monday, September 24th, with both virtual and in-person attendance.  Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Center Chair for the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research presented on the state of the Research and Scholarship Enterprise (RSE). The Research and Scholarship Enterprise, out of the School of Advanced Studies, focuses on three areas: 1) research and scholarship support, 2) serving on policy and governing bodies, such as COR and SC, and 3) leading the University Research Centers.  She posed three critical questions to us:

  1. How can we serve your faculty, students, staff, and graduates?
  2. What are the potentials for future collaborations and partnerships?
  3. What are the future services you would like to see provided by RSE?

The discussion focused on how to better socialize critical resources (e.g., library) and communities (e.g., alumni research teams), and how to integrate research experts into the classroom space.  What would your answer be?