Jacqueline Krim has been named associate dean for research in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Krim had been serving on an interim basis since the retirement last June of Raymond Fornes after more than 40 years of service to NC State.
PAMS Research Office promotes research activity and helps faculty and staff develop and maintain research programs. The office oversees external funding activities for the college, and maintains compliance with the guidelines and policies consistent with university, state and federal requirements.
Dean Dan Solomon says Krim brings to the position exceptional scientific credentials and a deep understanding of the research enterprise.
“As she has demonstrated in ably filling the role for the last year, her extensive experience with research funding sources and processes will be of immense value in carrying out the job,” Solomon says. Read more.