Montana State University is set to begin its search for a new Vice President for Research, Creativity and Technology Transfer.
“Our new Vice President will assume a critical leadership role at Montana State,” Potvin said. “MSU has a strong record of accomplishment in the areas of research, creativity and technology transfer, and we look forward to searching for a new Vice President who will help us continue to distinguish the university in these areas.”
Members of the search committee are listed below by name and title:
Martha Potvin, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Chris Anderson, Associate Professor, School of Film and Photography
Kenning Arlitsch, Dean of the MSU Library
John Carlsten, Montana University System Regents Professor, Department of Physics
Robert Carson, Professor, Department of Education
Mary Cloninger, Professor and Department Head, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Sarah Codd, Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Angela Des Jardins, Director, Montana Space Grant Consortium
Ron Larsen, Interim Dean, Graduate School
Bob Mokwa, Chair, Faculty Senate
Lindsay Murdock, President, Associated Students of Montana State University
Mary Murphy, Professor, Department of History and Philosophy
Jim Oakley, Associate Professor, Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Cory Pulfrey, Board of Directors, Innovation Campus
David Singel, Associate Provost and Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Tracy Sterling, Department Head, Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences
Phil Stewart, Director, Center for Biofilm Engineering
Donna Williams, Associate Dean, College of Nursing
MSU’s Vice President for Research, Creativity and Technology Transfer is responsible for MSU's $100 million-plus research enterprise. The Vice President also oversees the Office of Sponsored Programs and the Technology Transfer Office.
MSU is among the nation's top tier of research universities, as recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The Foundation has ranked MSU as one of 108 research universities with "very high research activity."
Contact: Martha Potvin, (406) 994-4371 or email@example.com