Marley Bauce is the Manager of Research Initiatives within the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research. In this role, he is responsible for project management of awarded teams of the Center Stimulus Grant competition, the Research Initiatives in Science & Engineering (RISE) competition, interschool grant proposal development, multiple limited submission internal selections, event planning, administrative support of the Shared Research Computing Policy Advisory Committee (including initiating the newly Foundations for Research Computing program), and multiple special projects designed to advance the University's research enterprise.
Prior to joining Columbia in 2014, Marley was the Manager of the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists, where he was responsible for competition design, executive communications, and customer support for university leadership and faculty and postdoctoral applicants. He held an integral role in the expansion of the program from a regional to national competition. Marley has additionally served as an adjunct associate professor in Pace University's Department of Environmental Studies since 2009, and an adjunct associate professor in New York University's Graduate Program in Environmental Conservation Education since 2018. His academic areas of expertise are in environmental ethics, sexuality ethics, and the sociology of food.
Marley holds an MA in the Environmental Studies from NYU, an MS in Publishing from Pace University, and is currently working towards an Executive MPA in Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.