Syracuse University

Chancellor's Cabinet and Administrative Staff

Gina Lee-Glauser

Vice President for ResearchGina Glauser, Vice President for Research

Gina Lee-Glauser received her B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from University of Buffalo, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering from Clarkson University. She conducted her postdoctoral work at NASA Langley Research center under the National Academies National Research Council Research Associate Program. Her areas of expertise include Structural Dynamics and Control, Active and Passive Vibration Control, Learning Control, and System Identification.

The Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) is responsible for all of the central resources of Syracuse University that are directed to the support of research, technology transfer, and research integrity. The VPR is also responsible for the articulation and implementation of all University policies regarding scholarly inquiry, sponsored programs, intellectual property, and research integrity.

The VPR is responsible for the development of research and research funding, for the administration of grants processing, for the negotiation of research contracts, and for the management of the intellectual property that may be created in the scholarly activity of members of the University community. The VPR administers the University's policies on research misconduct, conflict of interest, and intellectual property. The VPR is responsible for the University's program in support of the protection of human and animal research subjects. The VPR also supervises certain interdisciplinary research centers on campus, currently including the New York Center for Advanced Technology, Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE); the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems; the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute; and the Center for Health and Behavior.

Dr. Gina Lee-Glauser is a key leader in the university-wide initiative for broadening STEM Pathway participation of underrepresented and disadvantaged students. She is PI on the Central New York to Puerto Rico Alliance for Graduate Education and Professoriate and co-PI on Upstate Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation programs and is a faculty mentor to students affiliated with several other programs that support underrepresented minorities. Dr. Lee-Glauser’s educational endeavors consist of the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission member; Involved in undergraduate engineering curricular reform; Institution-wide interdisciplinary forum facilitator; promotion and support of Underrepresented minority students and Women in STEM.

Prior to her current duties, Dr. Lee-Glauser was the Director, for the New York State Center for Advanced Technology, Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University and had overall responsibility of the University’s Office of Technology Transfer and Industrial Development which support activities such as invention disclosures/protections, market and negotiate license agreement, and joint industrial projects, support incubator tenants, and the CASE Co-Op program. Dr. Lee-Glauser proactively facilitates and nurtures collaborative interactions between University (faculty, post-doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students) and New York industries to accelerate transfer of University knowledge to substantially increasing economic and innovation impact on New York industries.