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Kim Nelson Pryor; Laura J. Steinberg – Journal of Research Administration, 2023
Among strategies that campus leaders and research administrators employ to spur interdisciplinary research in U.S. higher education, one of the costliest--and increasingly popular--is designated interdisciplinary research spaces and buildings. Yet while interdisciplinary research buildings, often focused on the sciences, stand as significant…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Research Administration, Higher Education, Educational Facilities
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Brandi Hinnant-Crawford; Edwin Nii Bonney; Jill Alexa Perry; Amanda R. Bozack; Deborah S. Peterson; Robert Crow; Susan Carlile – Educational Researcher, 2024
In this essay, we explore the tension between research using continuous improvement (CI) paradigms, such as improvement science, and conventional research, and the role and regulation of Institutional Review Board (IRB) oversight. We argue that the current regulatory structure privileges traditional research and hinders collaborative inquiry that…
Descriptors: Action Research, Educational Cooperation, Participatory Research, Research Methodology
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Paola Ruiz-Bernardo; Auxiliadora Sales; Aida Sanahuja Ribés; Odet Moliner – Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 2024
From an understanding of knowledge mobilisation as a set of strategies that favour responsible and inclusive research, the aim of this paper is to identify the obstacles or barriers to carrying out such research in higher education institutions, as perceived by researchers. In this descriptive study, content analysis is used to examine…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Barriers, Researchers, Knowledge Management
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Georgina Perez Liz; Guillermo Vela; Arturo Vela; Juan R Maldonado Coronado; Patricia Sanchez Lizardi; Diana L. Robins – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2024
Research capacity building is a process by which individuals and organizations develop skills and infrastructure resulting in greater ability to conduct useful research. Frequently, research quality and productivity measures focus on outcomes, such as peer-reviewed publications or grants awarded. Such distal measures are not informative when…
Descriptors: Capacity Building, Scientific Research, Guidelines, Evaluation Criteria
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Kimberley Serpico – Research Ethics, 2024
The quality of a research study application sends a distinct signal to the institutional review board (IRB) about the skills, capacities, preparation, communication, experience, and resources of its authors. However, efforts to research and define IRB application quality have been insufficient. Inattention to the quality of an IRB application is…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research Methodology, Institutional Evaluation, Governing Boards
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Gold, Nicolas E.; Lawson, Ian; Oxtoby, Neil P. – Research Ethics, 2023
Software plays an important role in contemporary research. Aside from its use for administering traditional instruments like surveys and in data analysis, the widespread use of mobile and web apps for social, medical and lifestyle engagement has led to software becoming a research intervention in its own right. For example, it is not unusual to…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Intervention, Ethics, Researchers
Noelle L. Strom – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) team provides critical research administration services for the research community at the University of Denver. As research funding continues to rise at the University of Denver, retention of research administrators is critically important. Job satisfaction is key to employee engagement and retention.…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, Research Administration, Labor Turnover, Employment Qualifications
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Jessica L. Schiller; Steven D. LeMire – Journal of Research Administration, 2023
Research universities and the federal government partner to foster societal, scientific, and technological advancements, but the federal research grant process is criticized for its procedural inefficiencies. Principal investigators and research administrators lament losing time to bureaucratic regulations, unwieldy processes, and burgeoning…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Federal Aid, Grants, Grantsmanship
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Martin, Gina; Currin, Elizabeth – Educational Action Research, 2023
What options are available for educational action researchers whose research proposals have been denied by an institutional review board (IRB)? This article introduces critical post-intentional phenomenological action research (CP-IPAR) as one remedy for such rejections. In the spirit of accidental ethnography, whereby unexpected, accidental…
Descriptors: Action Research, Resistance (Psychology), Educational Research, Phenomenology
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Shykhnenko, Kateryna; Sbruieva, Alina – Advanced Education, 2021
The purpose of the study was to identify and synthesise the interventions used to build the strategies for organising and managing research at universities that can be feasible in Ukraine. To achieve this purpose we provided a descriptive profile of the interventions and strategies used at universities to organise and manage research, rather than…
Descriptors: Universities, Research Administration, Intervention, Administrative Organization
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Tosun, Nicole; Lee, Ryan; Crevel, Francoise; McKenzie, Carrie; Odlaug, Brian; Bellin, Melena D.; Prich, Brenda; Weisdorf, Daniel – Journal of Research Administration, 2022
To initiate clinical research studies successfully and efficiently, it is critical to develop a strong, feasible, and well-written study protocol early in the start-up phase. The University of Minnesota's Clinical Research Support Center designed and implemented a structured Feasibility Review process in 2018 that addresses common start-up…
Descriptors: Universities, Medical Research, Research Administration, Feasibility Studies
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Williamson, Charmaine; Dyason, Karin – Journal of Research Administration, 2023
This article focuses on the transferable (soft) skills articulated in a Research Management (RM) Professional Competency Framework (PCF). The Framework was developed, prior to COVID-19, from continentally anchored RM praxis in Africa. While the Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association (SARIMA) Framework (2016) includes nine…
Descriptors: Transfer of Training, Competence, Research Administration, Soft Skills
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Twohig, Richard; Leahy, Emma; Wallace, Doireann; Saint-Fleur, Laurina – Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education, 2023
Strong project management is increasingly recognised as essential to achieve impactful outcomes in externally-funded research projects hosted in Higher Education Institutes (HEIs). However, the characteristics of research project management, and how it differs from project management in other environments, have not been sufficiently explored. Key…
Descriptors: Program Administration, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Research Administration
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Hite, Rebecca L.; Shin, Sungwon; Lesley, Mellinee – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2022
Research-oriented universities are known for prolific research activity that is often supported by students in faculty-guided research. To maintain ethical standards, universities require on-going training of both faculty and students to ensure Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). However, previous research has indicated RCR-based training is…
Descriptors: Research Universities, Ethics, Research Administration, Research
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White-Jones, Angela – Journal of Research Administration, 2022
International research administration continues to draw significant interest in its practice. As projects and associated problems become more global, collaboration between teams in different countries also will grow in size and in complexity. This study set out to understand the challenges of such collaborative efforts by research administrators…
Descriptors: Research Administration, International Cooperation, Compliance (Psychology), Intercultural Communication
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