Eric Miller, M.B.A., C.R.A., director of research administration at the UF Health Cancer Center, has been selected as a traveling workshop faculty member with the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA).
These faculty members travel around the country to teach research administration practices and serve as ambassadors of NCURA and the research administration profession. Workshop faculty teach specific topic areas to the research administration community, such as compliance, pre-award and post-award management.
Eric underwent a rigorous application process that required him to demonstrate excellent facilitation and communication skills; significant knowledge in the topical areas being presented; experience presenting at national workshops; extensive knowledge of university research administration issues; and demonstrated leadership in the field. The selection is a three-year appointment that begins in January.
This summer, Eric presented at NCURA’s 65th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Eric played an essential role in the UF Health Cancer Center’s successful journey to becoming a National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center, and he is crucial for the successful daily operations of the center’s research programs.