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Mulfinger, Lorraine M.; Dressler, Kevin A.; James, L. Eric; Page, Niki; Serrano, Eduardo; Vazquez, Jorge – Journal of Research Administration, 2016
Research administrator interest in large research proposal development and submission support is high, arguably in response to the bleak funding landscape for research and federal agency trends toward making more frequent larger awards. In response, a team from Penn State University and Huron Consulting Group initiated a baseline study to…
Descriptors: Trend Analysis, Research Universities, Higher Education, Research and Development
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Mounce, Doug; Curci, Frank X.; Fortenbery, Joshua B. – Journal of Research Administration, 2016
What liability is associated with assuming the role of the "sponsor" in a clinical trial? This article discusses the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations governing sponsorship, and how courts have interpreted those regulations in cases with a claim of injury. There is a natural concern with the responsibility implied by…
Descriptors: Public Agencies, Pretesting, Federal Regulation, Donors
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Falk-Krzesinski, Holly J.; Tobin, Stacey C. – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
While Elizabeth Barrett Browning counted 25 ways in which she loves her husband in her poem, "How Do I Love Thee? Let me Count the Ways," we identified only eight ways to evaluate the potential for success of a federal research grant proposal. This may be surprising, as it seems upon initial glance of the review criteria used by various…
Descriptors: Public Agencies, Grants, Program Proposals, Evaluation Criteria
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Nebeker, Camille; Linares-Orozco, Rubi; Crist, Katie – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Introduction: The increased availability of mobile sensing technologies is creating a paradigm shift for health research by creating new opportunities for measuring and monitoring behavior. For example, researchers can now collect objective information about a participant's daily activity using wearable devices that have: 1- Global Positioning…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Measurement Techniques
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Muro, Joel H.; Stickley, Victoria K.; Muro, Lamar; Blanco, Pedro J.; Tsai, Mei-Hsiang – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
University-school collaboration can extend past the notion of simple shared resources in order to connect ideas, share talents, and solve problems mutually. It also provides fertile ground for counseling researchers to obtain, analyze and disseminate data. University-school collaborations signify a connective relationship between two vital and…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Elementary Schools, Check Lists, At Risk Students
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Masango, Charles Akwe – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
This paper examines the debates about academic scholars' ability to produce quality research outputs both consistently and frequently. It examines whether it is possible for academic scholars to produce quality research outputs in their respective domains given obstacles that impede scholars to do so. The rationale for this examination stems from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Scholarship, Intellectual Disciplines
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Marina, Sarah; Davis-Hamilton, Zoya; Charmanski, Kara E. – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Three studies were jointly conducted by the Office of Research Administration and Office of Proposal Development at Tufts University to evaluate the services within each respective office. The studies featured assessments that used, respectively, (1) quantitative metrics; (2) a quantitative satisfaction survey with limited qualitative questions;…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Evaluation Methods, Universities, Surveys
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Ashley, Sonia; Goodman, Ira – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
The significance of biorepositories has been known for many years but the latest advances in clinical and translational research and increased collaborations among investigators have made biorepositories even more prominent. Biorepositories collect and store human tissue and serum samples used in both the research and treatment of disease. In…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Research Administration, Cancer, Biological Sciences
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Hicks, Melanie; Monroy-Paz, Jorge – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
In a world of fast moving technology, pressure cooker work climates and stretched resources, productivity, employee engagement, and talent retention are critical to the success of any organization. Research administration offices are no exception. Psychological contract theory provides insightful illumination on reactions to these environments by…
Descriptors: Psychology, Contracts, Research Administration, Employer Employee Relationship
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Barron, Gary; Scarlett-Ferguson, Heather; Aspen, Cathy – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Alberta Health Services (AHS) was awarded a grant from the Alberta Ministry of Human Services to promote applied mental health research within areas of interest to the Ministry. The grant funded the "Collaborative Research Grant Initiative: Mental Wellness in Seniors and Persons with Disabilities" (CRGI), designed to collaboratively…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Network Analysis, Workshops, Conferences (Gatherings)
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Schaller-Demers, Debra S. – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Every research institution employs administrative staff who support the research community on a daily basis. Whether in a central office, department, clinic or laboratory, these people may not be aware of the important role they play in safe-guarding the integrity of the research enterprise. Frequently, research administrators are forced to face…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research, Integrity, Research Administration
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Nguyen, T. L. Huong; Meek, Vincent Lynn – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
University research capacity building has now become an increasingly important task in both developed and less developed countries. In this capacity building endeavour, research late-developer universities in particular need to develop a sound research organizational structure. However, what elements are needed in organizing and structuring…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Performance Factors, Capacity Building, College Administration
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Canary, Heather E.; Hansen, Kody D.; Rinehart, Marc D.; May, Kristal; Barlow, Jahn – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Research institutions are charged with developing and managing conflict of interest (COI) policies regarding the design, conduct, and reporting of research. Prior research indicates that university researchers may not understand the purpose of these policies and may resent the time taken to demonstrate compliance. Policy communication is not a…
Descriptors: Conflict of Interest, School Policy, Research Universities, Communication Strategies
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Godreau, Isar; Gavillán-Suárez, Jannette; Franco-Ortiz, Mariluz; Calderón-Squiabro, José M.; Marti, Vionex; Gaspar-Concepción, Jessica – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Broader diversity in the research workforce affords the inclusion of research agendas, methods, and perspectives that might otherwise be overlooked to address key social and scientific problems. However, promoting diversity in science is not a trivial matter. It entails mitigating some of the long-term social and institutional inequalities that…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Student Diversity, Hispanic American Students, Undergraduate Study
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Dejean, Jacqueline Sylvia – Journal of Research Administration, 2015
Conflicting regulatory demands on higher education institutions (HEIs) contribute to an environment of increasing legal risk for HEIs. In addition, the increasing cost of non-compliance jeopardizes institutional viability as HEIs struggle to adjust to the pressure created by these legally-mandated changes. The legal risk to HEIs can be attributed…
Descriptors: Legal Responsibility, Compliance (Legal), Diversity (Faculty), Minority Group Teachers
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