University Research Board
The University Research Board, a University-wide committee formed in 1959, is composed of members of the faculty and administration. Advisory to the president of Princeton University on all matters concerning research performed at the University, the board consists of six members of the faculty, two elected by the faculty and four appointed by the president. Each of the four divisions of the faculty -- engineering and applied science, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences -- is represented by at least one board member.
The Annual Report of the University Research Board and the Office of Research and Project Administration contains information about sponsored research expenditures, research policies and committees, and technology transfer at Princeton.
Dean for Research; Class of 1950 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science; Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
William S. Tod Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
Carolyn Ainslie, ex officio
Vice President for Finance and Treasurer
Also Meets with the Board
Meeting Schedule 2013-2014
All meetings start at 3:30 p.m. in the Great Room, 91 Prospect Avenue