Leadership

The Office of Research is dedicated to supporting UC students, staff and faculty throughout their lifecycle of scholarly research and creative activities.

 
 
 

Vision

The University of Cincinnati research enterprise integrates the arts, sciences and technology to provide unique opportunities for discovery, development and education that cross the traditional academic boundaries. UC’s agile research enterprise can address current challenges and discern future possibilities for exploration that will benefit the greater Cincinnati community and the world beyond.

Mission

The Office of Research provides the University of Cincinnati research community with excellent services that enhance scholarship and research.

Core Values

Solution-Oriented
Customer-Focused
Committed to Quality
Collaborative & Transparent

Leadership

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Jennifer Krivickas

Assist. VP for Integrated Research
Head of the Robert A. Deshon & Karl J.Schlachter Library for Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

Phone: 513-556-1319
Email: Jennifer.Krivickas@uc.edu

Jennifer joined the University of Cincinnati Office of the Vice President for Research July 1, 2016. Her portfolio includes: Strategic initiatives including executive direction of the Intuitional-level Urban Impact/Urban Futures Initiative; Research initiatives in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; The Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (A2RU) initiative; and UC Research and Innovation Week. Jennifer serves on University committees and advisory boards including the UC Executive Research Advisory Board. She develops and administers university-wide, internal funding programs and develops and fosters research collaborations, cross-institutional partnerships, and alliances between UC research and external partners that positively affect the intellectual, cultural, and overall well-being of the community, region, and our global society.

Executive Research Advisory Board

The Executive Research Advisory Board is responsible for examining University strategies for research, identifying resources required for strategy implementation, and they stay abreast of long-term trends in research activities and funding and how those trends affect the university. This board meets every other month annually.

Research Advisory Board

The Research Advisory Board is responsible for providing input and development of University strategies affecting research, communicating and advocating for research across the university, and assisting the Office of Research with events and activities that recognize and benefit the research enterprise. This board meets twice per academic semester.

Term Expiring 2019

Term Expiring 2020

Term Expiring 2021

Undefined Term