Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E) Conference

A Seismic Shift in Promotion & Tenure

July 25 to 27, 2022

Day 1 (July 25, 2022)

(Timing and Room Location is Subject to Change)

Map of Skamania Lodge

2:00 PM Check-In Opens
(Location: Conference Center Lobby)
3:00-5:30 PM “PTIE Boot Camp”
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
A short course designed to help new members get up to speed and refresh the knowledge of existing members on the overall goal and latest findings from the PTIE work.
3:00-4:00 PM Overview of PTIE Effort
4:00-5:00 PM Breakout sessions around specific recommendations
5:00-5:30 PM Regroup to discuss learnings from breakout sessions and wrap up
6:30 PM Check-in Closes
(Location: Conference Center)
6:30-8:30 PM Evening Session
(Location: Outside space next to Conference Center)
6:30 PM Buffet with Cash Bar Opens
7:00 PM Welcome to 2022 PTIE Conference by Rich G. Carter (Professor of Chemistry & Faculty Lead for Innovation Excellence at Oregon State University, PI of PTIE effort)
7:15 PM Opening Remarks by Irem Tumer (Vice President of Research, Oregon State University)
8:30 PM Buffet with Cash Bar Closes

Day 2 (July 26, 2022)

(Timing and Room Location is Subject to Change)

Map of Skamania Lodge

7:00-8:00 AM Breakfast
(Location: Cascade Dinning Room & Restaurant)
8:00 AM-Noon Morning Session
(Location: Stevenson A/B & Stevenson C/D)
8:00-8:15 AM Welcome and Framing for Morning Session by Rich G. Carter
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
8:15-9:00 AM Keynote Presentation by Erwin Gianchandani (Assistant Director for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships, National Science Foundation) with Q&A
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
9:00-9:30 AM Keynote Presentation by Michael Brown (Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of California System) with Q&A
(Location: Stevenson A/B)

 

Background Information:

April 4, 2022 letter from UC System Provost Michael Brown Entitled “Recognizing Innovation Transfer and Entrepreneurship in the Academic Personnel Process

May 2021 Report from the UC Board of Reagents Entitled “From Discovery to Societal Impact: A Roadmap to Unleashing UC Innovation and Entrepreneurship

9:30-9:45 AM Break
9:45-10:30 AM CONCURRENT SESSIONS
  APLUs Public Impact Research (PIR) and Connections to PTIE Panel Discussion
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  NSFs I-Corps: The potential impact PTIE can have on the I-Corps Panel Discussion
(Location: Stevenson C/D)
10:30-11:15 AM CONCURRENT SESSIONS
  VentureWell: A facilitated conversation regarding how promotion and tenure policies impact early-stage innovator development
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  UIDP: Industry and University representatives address the positive impact working with industry can have on a faculty member’s career Panel Discussion
(Location: Stevenson C/D)
11:15-Noon Implicit Bias Panel
(Stevenson A/B)
Noon-1:30 PM Lunch with Seeded Questions for Discussion on Bias
(Location: Cascade Dinning Room & Restaurant)
1:30-5:15 PM Afternoon Session
(Location: Stevenson A/B & Stevenson C/D)
1:30-1:45 PM Welcome Back and Framing for Afternoon Session by Julie Risien (Associate Director of STEM Research Center, Oregon State University)
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
1:45-2:15 PM Keynote Presentation by Pamela McCauley (Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, North Carolina State University) with Q&A
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
2:15-2:45 PM Keynote Presentation by Joseph Whittaker (Vice President for Research and Economic Development & Associate Provost, Jackson State University) with Q&A
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
2:45-3:30 PM Panel Discussion on the Importance of PTIE Across the Academic Disciplines at an Institution
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
3:30-3:45 PM Break
3:45-4:05 PM CONCURRENT SESSIONS – SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS
  Swimming Across the Stream – Developing a Generation of Boundary-Spanning Faculty for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
James McLellan, Elicia Maine, & Sarah Lubik
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  Ball State University: Beneficence and P&T
Susana River-Mills
(Location: Stevenson C)
  Analysis of the Role of NSF I-Corps Training on Engineering and Science Faculty Retention Rates at CUNY
Jessica Fields & Nhi Tran
(Location: Stevenson D)
4:05-4:25 PM CONCURRENT SESSIONS – SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS
  Examining I&E Language in External Review Letters
Ebenezer Edema-Sillo & Francisco J Torres III
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  Modernizing the Relationship between Academia and the Public
Mary Woolley
(Location: Stevenson C)
  PTIE: Reflections on University Strategic Planning & Holistic Faculty Evaluation
Bahman Shahri, Blanca Lupiani & Heather Wilkinson
(Location: Stevenson D)
4:25-4:45 PM CONCURRENT SESSIONS – SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS
  Accelerating Public Access to Research Data (APARD): A Guide for Change in Research Universities
Kacy Redd, Sarah Nusser, Tobin Smith, & Emily Miller
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  Modernizing Scholarship for the Public Good
Elyse L Aurbach, Kacy Redd, & Howard Gobstein
(Location: Stevenson C)
  Being Innovative at Arizona State University 
Deborah Clarke
(Location: Stevenson D)
4:45-5:05 PM SUBMITTED ABSTRACT
  NSF I-Corps Inclusion Summit: A Model for Increasing Awareness of the Value of I&E
Ariella Trotsenko & Cira Cardaci
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  A White Paper for the New President of NJIT from the NJIT Faculty Senate Research Committee
Michael Ehrlich
(Location: Stevenson C)
  Incentivizing Impact Through Innovation: An International Review of University Policies
Randolph Hall, Annicka Caprariello, & Amber Patel
(Location: Stevenson D)
6:30-9:30 PM Evening Session
(Location: Riverview Pavilion overlooking the Columbia Gorge)
6:30 PM Cash Bar Opens with Appetizers
7:00 PM Dinner Served
7:45-8:15 PM Keynote Presentation by Tuba Özkan-Haller
(Interim Dean of College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University)

Background Information:

May 2021 Yale Climate Connections Editorial Entitled: “To help address the climate problem, universities must rethink the tenure and promotion system

9:30 PM Cash Bar Closes

Day 3 (July 27, 2022)

(Timing and Room Location is Subject to Change)

Map of Skamania Lodge

7:00-8:30 AM Breakfast
(Location: Cascade Dinning Room & Restaurant)
8:30 AM-noon Morning Session
(Location: Stevenson A/B, Stevenson C/D & Rainer)
8:30-8:45 AM Welcome and Framing for Morning Session by Almesha Campbell (Assistant Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Jackson State University)
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
8:45-9:00 AM Overview of Typical Process for PTIE Adoption by Rich G. Carter
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
9:00-10:00 AM Case Studies Panel with Presentations
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  Inclusive Scholarship and Promotion Criteria
Andrea Romero (Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, University of Arizona)
  Innovation Training and PTIE: a service-wrapped approach to professional development in support of PTIE implementation
Ian McClure (Associate Vice President for Research, University of Kentucky)
  Adding the “I&E” to Our “P&T” Process: An Exercise in Strategic Timing
Almesha Campbell (Assistant Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Jackson State University) & Preselfanie McDaniels (Dean of Division of Graduate Studies, Jackson State University)
10:00-10:45 AM PTIE Implementation Working Group Panel
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
10:45-11:00 AM Break
11:00-11:45 AM CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS FOR PTIE GAP ANALYSIS
  R1 Institutions
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
  R2/M1/M2/PUI Insitutions
(Location: Stevenson C/D)
  Stakeholder Organizations
(Location: Rainer)
11:45-Noon Regroup to Share Breakout Session Findings
(Location: Stevenson A/B)
Noon-1:00 PM Sack Lunch
(Location: Conference Center Lobby)