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Mosier, Karen E. – Journal of Research Administration, 2022
Background: The content presents a conceptually powerful and attractive framework for understanding the proposal development process to capture the complexity of the steps that contribute to successful grant writing. Based on experiences from 15 years in research administration and using real-life examples, the author juxtaposes the diverse roles…
Descriptors: Grantsmanship, Grants, Professional Personnel, Financial Support
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DeMarco, Carla – Journal of Research Administration, 2022
Podcasting as a platform has broadly progressed into a popular resource for communication, including advancing knowledge, science, and medicine through research dissemination. First, there is evidence to indicate that podcasting has evolved into a "second wave" as an effective tool to be used in academia and that it can help disseminate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Handheld Devices, Audio Equipment, Information Dissemination
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Ahn, Soyeon; Morgan, Susan E.; Mosser, Ali; Bixby, John L. – Journal of Research Administration, 2022
While it has been established that participation in interdisciplinary teams is likely to have a positive impact on researchers' careers, it has been questioned whether these researchers were already destined for success. If high-achieving faculty members are simply taking advantage of the availability of internal funds to boost their already high…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Financial Support, Educational Finance, Productivity
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Sehlaoui, Abdelilah Salim; Gross, Elizabeth; Ruengwatthakee, Pimrawee – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Faculty motivation to seek external funding includes the ability to conduct research and offer innovative programs and bring prestige and support for universities. However, faculty may decline to participate in the grant-seeking process. In order to better understand the reluctance of faculty to pursue grants, faculty in the College of Education…
Descriptors: Grants, Influences, Barriers, College Faculty
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Olvido, Michelle Mae J. – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
This paper sought to describe the evidences of the development of research culture from gestation to maturation as a result of the input of human capital and resources. Anchored on the Gestation-Expansion-Maturation Theory of the Development of Research Culture, a narrative inquiry was conducted with key informants from seven reputable teacher…
Descriptors: Research, Organizational Culture, Teacher Education Programs, Organizational Development
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Bishop, Bradley Wade; Nobles, Robert; Collier, Hannah – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
This paper presents findings from interviews with US Research Integrity Officers (RIOs) on their overall responsibilities as well as perspectives on Data Management Plans (DMPs). DMPs are formal documents describing the roles and activities for managing data during and after research. DMPs are now a required research criterion by many funding…
Descriptors: Ethics, Administrators, Research Administration, Compliance (Psychology)
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Shimazoe, Junko – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Research Managers and Administrators (RMAs) face various challenges caused by conflicting and contradictory organizational subcultures in knowledge-intensive organizations (KIOs), but their human capital, such as skills and personality traits, helps RMAs to maintain job and organizational engagement and professional growth. Focusing on…
Descriptors: Organizational Culture, Administrators, Research Administration, Conflict
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Willis, Cyenthia; Velarde, Kandi; Bratcher, Karen; Condon, Debra; Johnson, Marcus R. – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
The landscape of clinical research is continuously evolving, focusing now on the scientific assessment of efficacy balanced with patient safety, along with advancements in technology and informatics. These considerations necessitate the acquisition and retention of experienced staff that will be able to meet the demands associated with these new…
Descriptors: Consortia, Medical Research, Research Administration, Departments
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Mackworth-Young, Charles – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Background: The peer review of clinical research projects is an essential step in project preparation. While some projects undergo rigorous review by grant-giving organizations, this does not apply to all clinical research. In many cases, peer review, if undertaken at all, is not rigorous, fully independent, or timely. Depending on their…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Medical Research, Research Projects, Ethics
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Williamson, Charmaine; Shuttleworth, Christina – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Institutional research management (RM) is increasingly seen as a strategic force, not only to raise the research output per academic, but also the quality thereof. RM, therefore, has to attend to researcher development (RD). How RD is achieved, as part of RM, is still viewed as an embryonic field with attendant calls for additional research.…
Descriptors: Models, Research Administration, Epistemology, Strategic Planning
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Welch, Loralin; Brantmeier, Noorie K. – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
The current study examined retention and voluntary turnover intention trends among university research administrators, as well as motivational factors contributing to both retention and voluntary turnover intentions using a mixed-methods survey. The online survey was administered to research administrators using a national listserv and included…
Descriptors: Labor Turnover, Motivation Techniques, Researchers, Educational Research
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Amano-Ito, Yuko – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Japan's operating budget for its national universities has been reduced since 2004 year by year, leaving a tight competition among universities in securing research funding. Urban universities with several prominent researchers can operate by securing competitive funding, joint research with companies, and donations, whereas small rural…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Financial Support, Medical Schools, Rural Schools
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Boyce, Lisa A. – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship of overhead rates on research application award success. The pressure to maximize overheads to fund the indirect costs associated with operating a research-intensive university and the perception that higher overhead rates disadvantage research proposals create an unhealthy tension between…
Descriptors: Costs, Financial Support, Research Proposals, Research Administration
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Pastor-Sanz, Laura; Fogelholm, Michael; Feskens, Edith; Westerterp-Plantenga, Margriet; Schlicht, Wolfgang; Brand-Miller, Jennie; Raben, Anne – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
A multi-centre clinical trial involves the implementation of the same clinical protocol at several independent investigational centres. Multi-centre clinical trials may be preferable to single-centre trials, but their implementation and management is more complex. EU-funded collaborative projects involve several participating organizations and…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Medical Research, Institutional Cooperation, Administrative Organization
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Johnson, Marcus R.; Asghar, Aliya; Velarde, Kandi; Donaire, Marti; Bratcher, Karen – Journal of Research Administration, 2021
Work engagement is defined as a positive work-related state of mind that is characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption. The engagement of staff has been associated with their performance and efficiency, productivity, safety, attendance and retention, customer service and satisfaction, and several other organizational success factors. The…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Cooperative Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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