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Administrative Advisory Committees

Administrative Advisory Committees may be appointed annually, but they are distinguished from University Standing Committees because their membership is not subject to recommendation by the Committee on Committees. These committees are managed by appropriate administrative offices.

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Provost's Office

Instructional Design Interest Group

This group was created as a way to bring together faculty and staff who have an interest in the different aspects of instructional design including layouts, best practices and useful tools for learning and assessment.

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Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)

Research Operations Council

The Research Operations Council (ROC) provides leadership at the college and university level for NC State research endeavors. The council’s monthly meeting agenda is set by the Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation. Members include the associate dean for research (or comparable chief research officer) from each college, the Vice Chancellor’s senior staff and the University Research Committee’s chair.

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Research and Innovation

Research Support Council

The Research Support Council (RSC) is the research administration staff component of the Vice Chancellor’s research committees. Representatives from the Office of Research and Innovation’s SPARCS, Finance’s Contracts and Grants, college research offices, departments, and centers and institutes communicate and clarify external and internal research policy and work to address research education needs.

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Research and Innovation

University Research Committee

The University Research Committee is the faculty’s voice to the research administration. The committee evaluates and advises on research-related issues and helps to identify emerging areas of interest or concern at NC State. Resources include a meeting schedule, list of current members and their contact information, and a calendar of research committee meetings and other research events.

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Research and Innovation