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A Research Administration Think Tank in Portland, Oregon

A Research Administration Think Tank in Portland, Oregon

The 2018 Cayuse Customer Conference We call it the Round-Up because we gather the best minds in research administration  A treat for Cayuse customers – we assemble research administration knowledge from Cayuse experts and partners, share it with our customers,...
Cayuse Reflects on the Gem of Knowledge

Cayuse Reflects on the Gem of Knowledge

NCURA 60th Annual Meeting Recap After taking some time to reflect on NCURA’s 60th Annual Meeting in Washington DC earlier this month, we remain captivated by the level of knowledge, professionalism, and obvious hard work which surrounded us at the event. We are...
Our Roots in Research

Our Roots in Research

Yes! We’re looking forward to NCURA 60 and here’s why… We often speak to Research Administrators at various institutions to get more insight and see what we can do to help make processes easier and overcome challenges. The Cayuse staff includes many former...
An Inside Look at a High-Volume Research Office

An Inside Look at a High-Volume Research Office

Cayuse recently had the opportunity to speak with Melinda Cotton, Assistant Vice President of Sponsored Programs at the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB). UAB handles over $480 million in awards each year.

In an ever-changing research environment, research offices of all sizes are continually being forced to evolve. With mounting pressures on campuses to increase their funding when there is less funding overall to be won, large and small research…

Legacy of a Research Grant Proposal

Legacy of a Research Grant Proposal

A retrospective: 10 years of the IRISS study and its impact on public health

It’s no secret that in research one of the most stressful deadlines is for a federal grant submission. Once submitted and hopefully awarded, you begin. Usually, multiple years of research that is an orchestration and dance amongst principle investigators, research administrators and the researchers to complete the research and science…