Meg Rogers

Meg Rogers

Director, Research Office

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Biography

Meg Rogers has been director of the Research Office since 2013 and serves as Authorized Research Office Representative with the Qatar National Research Fund. She is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the Research Office, including pre- and post-award, oversight of grant expenditures and audits, research compliance, and advising faculty. Rogers is also responsible for CMU-Q’s human research protection program (IRB), is a member of CMU-Q’s IRB, and provides IRB training. She has 20 years’ experience working in university interdisciplinary research both as a research administrator and also as a research associate on 10 sponsored research projects. Rogers is a Certified Research Administrator (CRA) and trained mediator.

Education

B.S., Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Certified Research Administrator (CRA)

Publications

Global Strategies: Managing Risk and Performance for International Projects. National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Magazine. August 2017. By Jill Mortali, Dartmouth College, Robert C. Andresen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mary Catherine "MC" Gaisbauer, University of California-San Francisco, and Meg Patterson Rogers, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar.

 

Submitting Proposals to the U.S. from the International Region. Co-presenters: Dina A. Adly, Assistant Provost, Sponsored Programs The American University in Cairo and Meg Patterson Rogers, Director, Research Office, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. National Council of University Research Administrators 13th Annual Pre-Award Research Administration Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. March 14, 2019.

 

How to Manage U.S. Awards Outside the U.S. Co-presenters: Dina A. Adly, Assistant Provost, Sponsored Programs The American University in Cairo and Meg Patterson Rogers, Director, Research Office, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. National Council of University Research Administrators 20th Annual Financial Research Administration Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. March 11, 2019.

 

International Time and Effort Reporting. Co-presenters: Meg Patterson Rogers, Director, Research Office, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar and Dina A. Adly, Executive Director of Sponsored programs, The American University of Cairo. National Council of University Research Administrators 19th Annual Financial Research Administration Conference. Orlando, Florida. March 6, 2018.

 

Working for Strong, Clean Documentation Throughout the Life of a Grant and Lessons Learned Working with International Campuses, Institutions and Funders. Presenter: Meg Patterson Rogers, Director, Research Office, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. National Council of University Research Administrators 19th Annual Financial Research Administration Conference. Orlando, Florida. March 5, 2018.

 

Financial Dimensions of International Projects: Panel Discussion of a Cross Section of Institutions with Varying Resources and Issues. Panel: Jill Mortali, Dartmouth College, Robert C. Andresen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tara Seaton, Arizona State University, Mary Catherine “MC” Gaisbauer, University of California-San Francisco, and Meg Patterson Rogers, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. National Council of University Research Administrators 19th Annual Financial Research Administration Conference. Orlando, Florida. March 13, 2017.

Professional Activities

Member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), the Society of Research Administrators International (SRA), the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP), and Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R).