ADVANCE Coordinator: Sara Spragg
is a new initiative (as of January 2022) through the ADVANCE program, specifically at Marquette University. AMP is designed to develop and implement solutions to faculty-identified priority challenges via workshops or other interactive mechanisms that bring together faculty and staff. Contact Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp or Sara Spragg if you'd like to lead a future AMP topic.
Current AMP programming:
1) AMP: Addressing the post-award process
2) AMP: Building a mentoring culture
CHECK BACK SOON FOR UPCOMING AMP EVENTS
AMP BMC Session #1: Brainstorm + Lunch | October 12, 2022
First session of the Building A Mentoring Culture AMP Series. This group brainstorm was designed to invite discussion about research mentoring needs on campus. Facilitated by Dr. Lucas Torres [Psychology], Dr. Deb Oswald [Psychology] and Dr. Rosemary Stuart [Biology].
AMP Session #4: Grant Staff Session | September 12, 2022
This session will provided an opportunity for staff (specifically those in grant services and faculty success) to review the grant lifecycle webpage content/format drafted by Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Dr. Anita Manogaran, and Kathy Durben. Event report to be released soon.
AMP Session #3: Summer Social | June 22, 2022
Faculty conducting research throughout campus gathered over food and drinks earlier this summer for a social. The social also served as an opportunity for faculty to review the grant lifecycle webpage content/format drafted by Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Dr. Anita Manogaran, and Kathy Durben. A follow-up event for Staff is in the works.
AMP Seminar #2: Existing Grant Resources | April 1, 2022
This AMP session provided attendees with an in-person tutorial on how to navigate grant resources. Presented by Mark Simonson, Director of Business Affairs (ORI), Amber Jensen, Business Operations & Grants Management Specialist (A&S), and Barb Plosznay, Director of Grants Administration (ORSP).
AMP Seminar #1: The Post-Award Process | February 25, 2022
The first ever AMP event! The goal of AMP (ADVANCEing Marquette Priorities) focused on creating solutions to help address faculty-identified issues. We know that in these times of limited resources, we can’t fix everything but there are steps that can be taken to help improve things. Our first topic was the grant post-award process/services.