Elizabeth Langdon-Gray, M.A., LL.M.
Elizabeth Langdon-Gray is the Assistant Provost for Research Development and Planning. In this role she works closely with the Vice Provost to promote high impact research, identify and cultivate sources of research funding, and support schools in providing research development services.
Liz is co-chair of the University’s Research Development Coordinating Committee which convenes research development professionals from throughout the University to promote best practice and facilitate dissemination of funding opportunities. She also is responsible for the University’s selection of candidates for funding opportunities where the sponsor limits the number of applicants that may apply from a single institution.
Prior to being named Assistant Provost for Research Development and Planning, Liz served as Director of Research Policy and Education and before joining Harvard in 2010 was Legislative Director for Research Policy in the University of California Office of Federal Relations in Washington, DC.
Liz was educated in Scotland, receiving her MA from the University of St. Andrews and her LL.M. from the University of Edinburgh.
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