On Oct. 5, 2020, Prabhas V. Moghe was appointed as the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Rutgers.
As EVPAA, Dr. Moghe will report to President Holloway and forge strategies and develop initiatives to strengthen the academic enterprise at Rutgers. He will serve as the President’s chief adviser on academic matters, lead all university-wide faculty support programs, and coordinate academic priorities across the central administrative offices and chancellor-led units. In this role, he works closely with both the chancellors and their provosts and will give voice to a collective vision that will propel Rutgers among our finest peer institutions. Among other key universitywide functions, the EVPAA manages our tenure and promotion process and has oversight for the Libraries, Rutgers Global, Continuing Studies, Enrollment Management, Student Veterans Services, Institutional Research, and Rutgers University Press. The EVPAA will also have oversight for the Office of Research, which combines various key functions of research, intellectual property, and grants administration.
Henry Turner brings more than two decades of commitment to humanities scholarship that weaves together the enduring questions of literature, art, history, and philosophy with the conceptual richness of science, technology, and mathematics.
Sunita Kramer works with academic units to coordinate and develop avenues for undergraduate research across the university and provides leadership and oversight for campus undergraduate-level research and innovation activities across New Brunswick, in general, and specifically as it relates to STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields.
Marika Dunn develops and strengthens collaborations among faculty across disciplines to help catalyze new research projects through ideation, programming, workshops, and seed funding opportunities. She also works closely with staff in the research development office of ORED, the Rutgers University Foundation, and the Corporate Engagement Center to help faculty teams navigate new research concepts through to federal, state, and private funding opportunities.
Ann Marie Mooney
Ann Marie Mooney joined the Office of Research and Innovation from the School of Social Work, where she maintained operational support for the Director of the Institute for Families. At ORI, Ann supports the Executive Vice Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs and helps his team develop the best processes and procedures for research incubation, scheduling, communications, and event planning across all schools at Rutgers–New Brunswick.
Senior Grants Specialist
Cecilia Gal provides guidance and direct project management support for large-team cross-disciplinary grant initiatives and helps implement industry-standard best research development practices into both individual and large scale external funding pursuits throughout campus.
Senior Program Coordinator
In her role as Senior Program Coordinator, Chelsie Riche works closely with the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research in the Humanities and Arts and with the Office of Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Experiential Learning and Education (UREE). For the Office of Research and Innovation, she assists in recruitment efforts, programming activities, and workshops, focusing on faculty in the humanities, social sciences, and arts. For UREE, Chelsie manages the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program at Rutgers–New Brunswick and co-manages student activities programming for the 4 Plus 4 Program in collaboration with the Honors College and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Senior Program Coordinator
Suhaiylah Williams conducts data analysis and competitive intelligence to assess Rutgers' research strengths and opportunities that inform campus-wide strategic initiatives, and also provides support to ORI programming that implements these pursuits.
Program Coordinator II