Ask SET Anything: Research Administration Edition

April 23, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Do you work in research administration at the U of A? Do you want to learn more about the research administration transition plan and how it might impact you? Join us for another edition of our Ask SET Anything series featuring members from the SET team on Friday, April 23, from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m..

This event is for staff to ask questions and provide feedback with regard to research administration restructuring and transitioning. Please register to join the live Zoom meeting using the link below. Note: American Sign Language interpretation will be available.

For members of the university community who are interested in watching the event, a livestream link has been provided below.

We look forward to answering your questions during the live event, but you may also submit your questions, suggestions, or comments to the panel here. Due to the expected number of questions by Zoom participants and a limited amount of time, we cannot guarantee that submissions will be read during this event. However, submitted questions may be posted in the SET FAQ section of the UAT website when possible.  

The SET team will be hosting regular Ask SET Anything events so be sure to check the UAT consultation page for more information and dates to be released.


The Ask SET Anything: Research Administration Edition event will feature the following panel of speakers: 

Rob Munro
Executive Lead, Service Excellence Transformation

Brian Stewart
Program Director, Administrative Transformation, Service Excellence Transformation

Steve Patten
Dean, Faculty of Arts, Dean Sponsor
Dean co-sponsor of the Research Administration workstream

Walter Dixon
Interim Vice-President (Research and Innovation)
Administrative co-sponsor of the Research Administration workstream

Denis Fortin
Research Administration Project Manager, Service Excellence Transformation

Michael Walesiak
Executive Director, Research Services

Ania Ulrich
Acting Associate Vice-President (Research)

Florence Glanfield
Vice-Provost (Indigenous Programming & Research)

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