Pitt’s Laura Kingsley re-elected to National Council of University Research Administrators board

10/11/22 correction: This story was updated to reflect Kingsley's role on the National Board of Directors.

Laura Kingsley, director of the Office of Sponsored Programs at the University of Pittsburgh, was re-elected to serve on the the National Board of Directors of the National Council of University Research Administrators.

Kingsley represents Region II, which includes Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. 

“In this next term, I plan to continue to advocate for Region II research administrators, build stronger relationships within the regional and national networks and continue to promote an inclusive environment where all feel welcomed, heard and valued,” wrote Kingsley in a statement of interest she provided to her colleagues.

Kingsley also serves on council's Board of Directors Remote Work Survey Task Force, examining the impact of remote work arrangements on research administration.

The organization, formed in 1959, promotes the field of research administration by building communication and consensus nationally and abroad. It has over 7,500 members from more than 1,100 higher education institutions in 40 countries.