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The Division of Research and Economic Development (DORED) is the administrative unit that manages N.C. A&T’s research enterprise. We invite you to learn more about how research at N.C. A&T advances education, fosters community engagement and catalyzes economic development.

Recent News

Linker Appointed Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration

Tim Linker

Tim Linker has been appointed Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration. The offices of Sponsored Programs, Contracts & Grants, and Financial Compliance will report to him.Tim joined us earlier this year from High Point University where he was the Director of Research Administration and Sponsored Programs. His undergraduate degree (political science) is from UNC Charlotte, with his two master’s degrees (international studies and organizational communications) being conferred from NC State University.

Tuttle Elected to NORDP Board of Directors

Paul Tuttle

N.C. A&T is proud to announce that Paul Tuttle, Director of Proposal Development for the Division of Research and Economic Development, has been elected to a four-year term on the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP). Research development encompasses a set of strategic, proactive, catalytic, and capacity-building activities designed to facilitate individual faculty members, teams of researchers, and central research administrations in attracting extramural research funding, creating relationships, and developing and implementing strategies that increase institutional competitiveness. NORDP serves research development professionals and their institutions by providing a formal organization to support professional development, enhance institutional research competitiveness, and catalyze new research and institutional collaborations.

TECHLAV Center Convenes Third Annual Meeting

TECHLAV photoThe Center for Testing, Evaluation, and Control of Heterogeneous Large-scale Systems of Autonomous Vehicles (TECHLAV) convened nearly 100 professionals from across the academic, governmental and industrial spectrum to witness and celebrate research milestones regarding the autonomy capabilities of unmanned vehicles such as drones, rovers, surface and underwater vehicles. This event marks the third year in the five-year cycle of grant funding provided by the United States Department of Defense. Read More… 

Dr. Mohd Anwar Named to 2018-2019 Class of RTI University Scholars

Anwar photoDr. Mohd Anwar is the first N.C. A&T faculty member to be selected as an RTI University Scholar. The RTI University Scholars Program, in its fourth year, supports highly-talented academics who take scholarly leave from their home institutions to collaborate with RTI researchers. Anwar, an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at N.C. A&T, will collaborate with RTI’s Kevin Conway, PhD, and Steve Cohen, PhD, to gather meaningful and actionable insight on the opioid crisis using social media. This year’s class of RTI University Scholars includes researchers from Duke University, North Carolina Agricultural & Technological State University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Click here to learn more about the RTI Scholars Program.

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