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March 21, 2011: Design Team Membership Finalized for Two Initiatives

Membership for the Indirect Cost Allocation and Research Administration initiative design teams has been finalized. These teams, composed of Stony Brook faculty and staff, will examine opportunities for improvement identified in the Operational Excellence diagnostic phase and will develop recommendations to be reviewed by the Operational Excellence Steering Committee. The members of each of these newly formed teams were selected to provide broad University representation as well as expertise in the functions being reviewed. They are: 

Indirect Cost Allocation
Initiative Manager
Martin Schoonen, professor of geochemistry

Team Members
Susan Brennan, Department of Psychology
Michael Dudley, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Wali Karzai, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Mark Maciulaitis, Budget Office
Laszlo Mihaly, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Basil Rigas, Department of Medicine
Ray Williams, School of Dental Medicine

Research Administration
Initiative Managers
Nancy Daneau, deputy to the vice president for research and director of research development and assessment
Michael Frohman, chair of the Department of Pharmacological Sciences

Team Members
Jin Bentley, Office of the Vice President for Research
Lydia Chabza, Office of the Vice President for Research
Ira Cohen, Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Laura Colucci, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Socoro Delquaglio, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Cynthia Forman, Department of Psychology
Marie Gelato, Department of Medicine
Barbara Jacak, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Denise Johnson, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Chang Kee Jung, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Daniel Klein, Department of Psychology
Judith Nimmo, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Lorna Role, Department of Neurobiology and Behavior
Sheila Routh, Office of the Vice President for Research
Steven Skiena, Department of Computer Science
Catherine Streitwieser, Department of Medicine

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