The BTI Board of Directors oversees the property and financial affairs of the institute by assuring that the institute has adequate resources to advance its mission. The Board delegates various fiduciary responsibilities to committees of the board and committees of the institute, with scientific oversight contributed by the Scientific Advisory Board. The President / CEO collaborates with the Senior Leadership Team to lead day-to-day institute management.
Susan McCouch’s understanding of the complexities of agricultural research has brought a unique perspective to the BTI Board of Directors.read more
Mary George Opperman, President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Cornell University, has officially joined the Boyce Thompson Institute’s (BTI’s) Board of Directors.read more
2017 has been a tremendous year at the Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI). This past year’s annual report serves as a reminder of how strong BTI core purposes have remained, while looking to the future of research and the opportunity it holds.read more
For more than thirty years, April Burke has worked to ensure the science and not-for-profit sectors have a voice in our nation’s capital. BTI's Keith Hannon sat down with April to hear about the current political climate and how research institutes like BTI stand to be impacted by changes in funding and potential legislation.read more
Schulze discusses his goal to bring his professional experience and family history to the BTI Board of Directors in the newest edition of BTI's Science Bomb podcast.read more