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CRL Affiliated Investigators

Staff at the CRL have been asked by some of our research partners whether faculty and staff who work with CRL researchers can be formally designated as affiliated investigators. We are more than happy to recognize faculty and staff who desire such formal designation. After consultation with KU administration, the following title was suggested: Center for Research on Learning (CRL) Affiliated Investigator. A brief description of the term and various roles is stated below.

Principal Investigator

KU faculty or staff with PI designation from KU to lead an application or direct a funded project that is supported within the CRL. He or she is responsible and accountable to recipient organization officials for the proper conduct of the research project or program. The CRL and LSI supports the PI in pre/post award activities.

Co-Investigator

An individual involved with the principal investigator in the scientific development or execution of an awarded project. The co-investigator may be employed by, or be affiliated with, the applicant/grantee organization or another organization participating in the project under a subcontract agreement.

Collaborator

An individual involved with the principal investigator in the scientific development or execution of the project. These individuals would typically devote a specific percent of effort to the project and would be identified as key personnel. However, their time commitment would typically be less than that of a Co-Investigator. The Collaborator is employed by or affiliated with the grantee organization.

CRL Research Scientist 

KU faculty with an appointment in one of KU’s schools or departments with the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor are eligible to be named CRL research scientists at a rank equal to their faculty rank. Research scientists can lead an application or direct a funded project that is supported within the CRLHe or she is responsible and accountable to recipient organization officials for the proper conduct of the research project or program.

 

 

 

 

 


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