Kimberly Silvis Cherewick
255D Brooks Hall | 706-542-6078
Kim Cherewick’s career at the University of Georgia has been research oriented since she graduated with a B.A. in December 2001. Her first job as a Research Technician with the Center for Research on Behavioral Health and Human Services Delivery within the Owens Institute for Behavioral Research launched what has now been over a decade-long career in research administration at the University of Georgia.
As the current Assistant Director of the Owens Institute for Behavioral Research, and a Decentralized Limited Signatory Authority for the University of Georgia Research Foundation, Kim is responsible for working closely with the Director and Associate Director to oversee all operations of the Institute: Research, Personnel, Financial, Strategic Planning, and Faculty Development Programs.
In addition, Kim acts as Research Administration Manager, supervising both pre- and post-award activities while working closely with the OIBR Grants Coordinator and Business Managers and she remains proactively involved throughout the life of the research projects.
Kim takes great pleasure and pride in the opportunity to provide extensive service to University of Georgia faculty, both emerging and eminent scholars, in pursuing their goals of inquiry. She is excited to lead the OIBR team as we implement new ideas to increase trans-disciplinary collaboration and outreach across the University of Georgia and beyond.