History

Spiros Dimolitsas was appointed Senior Vice President for Research & Chief Technology Officer at Georgetown University in July 2011. This role was created to lead Georgetown’s development of innovation alliances and partnerships with industry, universities, and national laboratories domestically and overseas, to address complex socio-technical problems of our time in such fields as health, security and sustainability. For more information about the mission of the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research, please go to “About Us.”

 

News and Events

November 20, 2015

The Office of the Senior Vice President for Research invited Céline Bonfils, Ph.D., Research Scientist from the Lawrence Livermore National Labratory to present about "Natural and human-induced changes in precipitation and droughts inferred from observations and coupled climate models".

This lecture was presented in partnership with:
Office of the Provost
Advisor to the President on Global Health
Georgetown Climate Center
Georgetown Environmental Initiative
Harrison Institute
O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

Natural and human-induced changes in precipitation and droughts inferred from observations and coupled climate models from Georgetown University OSVPR on Vimeo.

Fall 2015

Recently, the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research was spotlighted in the Fall 2015 newsletter of the Office of Technology Commercialization.  To see the newsletter and learn more about our office, please visit the newsletter online.