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Trindade, Margarida; Agostinho, Marta – Research Management Review, 2014
Research managers at science-intensive institutions appear as a continuously evolving group of professionals whose identity is somewhat fragmented, even to themselves. In Portugal, specialized research manager roles have rapidly emerged over the last years alongside the development of a small but consolidated scientific system. In order to get an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Professional Identity, Research Administration, Semi Structured Interviews
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Bell, Nancy B. – Research Management Review, 2013
Call it innovation, creativity, imagination, cutting edge, paradigm shift, or any other term for new information, an assessment of innovation may now impact the final decision on awarding grants to investigators. What exactly is innovation and how does the reviewer perceive innovation in the research approach? Procedures, the approach, and…
Descriptors: Grantsmanship, Innovation, Grants, Proposal Writing
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Cole, Kimberley W. – Research Management Review, 2013
The Certified Research Administrator (CRA) certification has enjoyed success and recognition among research administration professionals. However, this recognition is parochial and does not extend much past the walls of research administration. Results of a recent research study showed that Principal Investigators value and expect certain aspects…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Evaluation Methods, Professional Recognition, School Surveys
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Ittenbach, Richard F.; DeAngelis, Francis W.; Altaye, Mekibib – Research Management Review, 2013
Communicating with investigators about financial compensation in the area of statistical collaboration represents an important but often underemphasized component of biomedical research. The more complex the area, the greater the need for sound and effective communication strategies. Ittenbach and DeAngelis (2012) recently compared two…
Descriptors: Biomedicine, Scientific Research, Interpersonal Communication, Hospitals
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Adkins, Andrea; McClellan, Tammie; Miner, John – Research Management Review, 2013
Academic institutions modified their financial conflict of interest policies (FCOI) in response to the Public Health Service's (PHS) 2011 revised regulations (42 CFR 50 Subpart F) on "Responsibility of Applicants for Promoting Objectivity in Research and Responsible Prospective Contractors" (45 CFR 94), which were to go into effect on…
Descriptors: Conflict of Interest, Financial Policy, College Administration, Program Implementation
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Frantz, Pollyanne S. – Research Management Review, 2013
Although the Faculty Learning Community is not a new structure or initiative in the higher education arena, adapting this model for faculty development focused on grant proposal writing is relatively new. This article describes how the concept developed by Milt Cox of Miami University has been successfully modified and implemented twice on the…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Communities of Practice, Proposal Writing, Grantsmanship
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Ittenbach, Richard F.; DeAngelis, Francis W. – Research Management Review, 2012
Many statisticians are uncomfortable with discussions about the financial implications of their work. Those who are comfortable may not fully understand the policies and procedures underlying the financial operations of the department. The purpose of the present paper is twofold: first, to describe two predominant models of compensation used by…
Descriptors: Statistics, Professional Personnel, Cooperation, Compensation (Remuneration)
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Katsapis, Christine C. A. – Research Management Review, 2012
This study explored the types of stressors prevalent in the self-reports of university research administrators (URAs) and examined whether or not the degree or type of role stress was influenced by: a) the affiliation of their office unit within their institution, or b) their type. Randomly selected members of NCURA were invited via e-mail to…
Descriptors: Role Conflict, Probability, Coping, Stress Variables
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Temples, Beryline; Simons, Paula; Atkinson, Timothy N. – Research Management Review, 2012
By providing training from the Central Sponsored Programs Office (SPO), departments, and colleges at Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs) can increase compliance with grant requirements. PUIs usually do not focus on department- or college-level grants administration and lack monetary resources to support this function. However, at the…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Colleges, Grants, Compliance (Psychology)
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Lee, Matthew R.; Berthelot, Ashley – Research Management Review, 2012
On occasion, colleges and universities are confronted with natural or technological disasters that affect their communities or their constituents throughout the state. While these situations demand a coordinated institutional research response, administration and management of these endeavors are extremely complex. In this paper we discuss the…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Role, State Universities, Cooperation
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Shambrook, Jennifer; Roberts, Thomas J. – Research Management Review, 2011
This paper expands upon the seminal work of Roberts and House, which described the first empirical study of the demographic profile of a research administrator. The original work was based upon data from the 2005 Research Administrator Survey (RAS), a regional study of research administrators in the southeastern United States. In this paper,…
Descriptors: Profiles, Research Administration, Administrator Characteristics, Demography
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Minnema, Linnea – Research Management Review, 2011
Federally sponsored research funding sources are not stagnant programs. Many things influence the nature of research, not all of them purely scientific. Historically significant events draw public attention to causes, and in the age of immediate information those events can have a powerful and lasting impact on research funding. September 11, 2001…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Economic Impact, Social Change, Financial Support
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Atkinson, Timothy N.; Pilgreen, Tom – Research Management Review, 2011
Transformational Leadership is a popular topic among leadership scholars, but for research administrators, Transformational Leadership might seem like an enigmatic approach given its various contexts. Research administrators might think the transformational approach is only for executives, or that they do not have enough staff to call themselves…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Transformational Leadership, Research Administration, Attribution Theory
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Porter, Robert – Research Management Review, 2011
Conventional wisdom says that the way to win more awards is to get researchers writing more proposals. Yet many incentives designed to stimulate proposal development can be hard on the bottom line, especially those that pay researchers for their time or to attend grant-writing workshops presented by outside consulting firms. This paper presents…
Descriptors: Proposal Writing, Change Strategies, Educational Strategies, Research Administration
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Ferreira, William F. – Research Management Review, 2011
Federal sponsorship of collaboration between academic institutions and industry is on the rise. Many government programs emphasize cooperation between universities and the commercial sector as a means to merge basic and applied research, promote economic development, and enhance knowledge dissemination. The intersection between academia and…
Descriptors: Accounting, Cooperation, Grants, Industry
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