The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) provides support, guidance and resources to faculty pursuing original research.
The OVPR enables faculty research by fostering a vibrant research environment at SLU. Our goal is to lift many of the administrative burdens that accompany managing sponsored research so that faculty can focus on pursuing research itself. The OVPR can assist SLU faculty in the following areas:
In the spirit of shared governance, SLU Research manages a variety of committees and councils to convene faculty, staff and administration around research. An up-to-date list of these organizations, their charges, and their most up-to-date rosters can be viewed at the page below.
In Fall 2017, Olliff oversaw the launch of a Five-Year Growth Plan for Research at the university. The plan is an ambitious effort to increase the scale and eminence of the university’s research enterprise.
Olliff received his bachelor’s degree at the University of Rochester, and his Doctor of Ministry from Meadville Lombard Theological School. He performed advanced graduate work in ethics and religion at Harvard University, and he holds an Executive MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
SELECTED COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT:
Selected interviews from the vice president:
GO Center Pre and Post Award Specialists Assignments
Executive Director, Research Innovation Group
Assistant Vice President for Research, Research Strategy Group
Director, Sponsored Programs Accounting Group