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The University of Missouri offers its researchers a number of research development programs to help them build a foundation of success.

Susan Renoe, associate vice chancellor for Research, Extension and Engagement, was honored on April 25 with the National Organization of Research Development Professionals’ 2022 Research Development Champion Award at the organization’s 13th annual conference.
 
Renoe, who also serves as the executive director of the NSF-funded Center for Advancing Research Impact in Society, presented the conference’s keynote address, too. Her speech, titled “Broader Impacts: A Strategy for Research Development,” explored how universities use broader impacts to champion proposal development and intensify their societal effects.

The conference also highlighted the research development offerings of the Division of Research, Innovation & Impact, including innovative approaches such as the division’s professional development programs and workshops, and the work of the Strategic Proposal Development Service.

Read more about Reno and her keynote address.