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Staff develop research support skills, graduate from university鈥檚 DAWG program

Contact: Allison Matthews

Office of Research Development logoSTARKVILLE, Miss.鈥旂哿κ悠碘檚 Office of Research Development is announcing 24 graduates from the 2023-2024 DAWG program.

The Departmental Administrators Working Group (DAWG) is a professional development program offered to 幺力视频 staff who work with research grants and contracts.聽Program graduates have learned the fundamentals of sponsored projects such as reading a Request for Proposals to grant close-outs.

Recent DAWG graduate Lyla Garner of the College of Professional and Continuing Studies said the program provides both social and professional resources.

鈥淚 really enjoyed making connections with others across campus that I typically would not have much interaction with along with learning more about the grants and contracts process,鈥 Garner said.

Classes are taught by high-level MSU staff members, with course topics including proposal preparation, budgeting and regulations.

鈥淭he DAWG program did a great job of bringing in directors and high-level staff members to present to our group.聽These individuals shared great information on sponsor specific requirements, best practices in handling restricted funding, and how administrators in our positions can best support our faculty,鈥 said Kyle Baggerly, a 2024 DAWG graduate from the College of Education.

The 2024 DAWG graduates include:

鈥擪yle Baggerly, College of Education, Dean鈥檚 Office

鈥擩amie Brooks, School of Human Sciences

鈥擳eresa Bryan-Watts, Bagley College of Engineering

鈥擜shley Byars, Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture

鈥擬egan Campbell, Center for Continuing Education

鈥擳ammy Carroll, Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems

鈥擟hristina Childers, MS State Chemical Lab

鈥擳ina Clark, NRTC on Blindness and Low Vision

鈥擪ylee Jade Eubank, Sponsored Programs Accounting

鈥擲carlett Fyke, Office of Sponsored Projects

鈥擫yla Garner, College of Professional and Continuing Studies

鈥擳heresa Hall-Brown, Department of Counseling, Higher Ed, Ed Psych, and Foundations

鈥擧annah Harvison, High Performance Computing Collaboratory

鈥擲arah Hollingsworth, Center for Cyber Education

鈥擟ourtney Jethroe, Raspet Flight Research Laboratory

鈥擭ikita Logan, Advanced Composites Institute

鈥擫eanne McGarr, Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion

鈥擲amantha Nall, Receiving and Property Control

鈥擪risten Odom, Sponsored Programs Accounting

鈥擩ulie Snow, Department of Agricultural Economics

鈥擟arrie Stroud, Department of Forestry

鈥擜shley Sumner, Bagley College of Engineering

鈥擱ooban Venkatesh, Institute of Imaging and Analytical Technologies

鈥擜dam Well, Office of Research and Economic Development

Applications for the 2024-2025 year will be announced this July. Applicants will be notified by email of their acceptance status.

For more information or questions, email LeLe Kirkpatrick at lele@ord.msstate.edu

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