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Davidson, William H. – Research Management Review, 1989
National technology development initiatives in Japan and Europe are playing an increasingly important role in many fields of research. Such heightened international activity suggests a need for a more global perspective on research administration, and raises many questions for the United States' research community and science and technology…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Higher Education, International Cooperation, Public Policy
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Mishler, John M. – Research Management Review, 1989
The various long-term factors and strategies used to promote sponsored research program development at the University of Missouri-Kansas City during a five-year phase are analyzed. Implementation of a set of specific initiatives is cited as a major factor in establishing an institutional climate for change. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: Higher Education, Long Range Planning, Organizational Change, Organizational Climate
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Seligman, Richard P. – Research Management Review, 1989
Origins of the University of California's procedures for systematic review of principal investigators' financial disclosures prior to acceptance of grants, and the manner in which they are working at present, are examined. The disclosure requirements, faculty committee, criteria, and disclosures made during 1988 are described. Two case studies are…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Case Studies, College Faculty, Conflict of Interest
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Cole, Belle – Research Management Review, 1989
A discussion of the controversial proposed National Institutes of Health/Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration guidelines for policies on conflict of interest are assessed in relation to the University of California's experience with research policies and peer review practice in regulating potential conflict-of-interest situations.…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Case Studies, Conflict of Interest, Higher Education
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Research Management Review, 1989
The responses of higher education organizations, institutions, and individuals to the guidelines developed by the National Institutes of Health and the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration are presented. The Council on Government Relations and five major research universities are represented. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Administrator Attitudes, Conflict of Interest, Higher Education
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Miller, Pamela F. – Research Management Review, 1990
College faculty applying for the National Endowment for the Humanities' Summer Stipend Program for independent study and research are usually nominated by their institutions. Nomination procedures used by institutions that consistently nominate successful applicants are described, and the research administrator's role in the process is discussed.…
Descriptors: Administrator Role, College Faculty, Eligibility, Grants
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Good, Mary L. – Research Management Review, 1987
The U.S. must have the patience and courage to continue to build its research and development infrastructure and to reward innovation in a time of tight federal budgets, pressing international problems, and uncertainty in the private sector about the near-term economic outlook. Trade barriers must be removed also. (MLW)
Descriptors: Competition, Federal Government, Financial Support, Global Approach
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Peterson, Marla P. – Research Management Review, 1987
Initiating and managing international research and development are discussed, including: basic principles for participation in international development activities; AID and World Bank project cycles; AID and World Bank contracting modes and instruments; and international contract negotiations. Some reference sources are appended. (MLW)
Descriptors: Contracts, Global Approach, Higher Education, International Cooperation
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Stein, Alan – Research Management Review, 1987
The tripling of corporate money in research support at Colorado School of Mines has had a considerable impact on contractual considerations. Governmental agencies normally encourage publication of research while private corporations discourage same. Negotiation processes with companies are discussed. (MLW)
Descriptors: Business, Confidentiality, Corporate Support, Financial Support
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Erickson, Stephen – Research Management Review, 1987
Writing and administering proper subcontracts are essential components of effective grant and contract management. Frequently, prime grantees and contractors issue letters, simple purchase orders, or other brief documents in order to establish subcontracting relationships. The reason why these are not adequate is explained. (MLW)
Descriptors: Contracts, Federal Aid, Grants, Higher Education
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Goldberg, Gary; And Others – Research Management Review, 1987
University research managers can take the lead role in strategic planning statements. As they relate to the development of capability statements, specific planning issues concerning research personnel and management support services are examined. Examples of how university research managers can use capability statements for marketing are…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Competition, Corporate Support, Financial Support
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Smith, Arthur A. – Research Management Review, 1988
The doctrine of informed consent has been enumerated to protect the rights of human subjects involved in biomedical research. The elements of informed consent are summarized along with the changes of emphasis that have evolved. The issue of liability and means for minimizing its impact are discussed. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Biomedicine, Civil Rights, Court Litigation, Ethics
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Wagner, Allen B. – Research Management Review, 1988
The application of the principles of property law to the results of the research are examined, specifically as applied to the use of human tissue in biomedical research. It concludes that lawful access of research material provides sufficient dominion to preclude any asserted claim by the source of research material. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Biomedicine, Court Litigation, Higher Education, Laws
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Ignasias, C. Dennis – Research Management Review, 1988
The role of two agricultural research administrators at two campuses of the University of Maryland system--College Park and Eastern Shore--in strategizing and implementing a process for interinstitutional planning and coordination in one major research program is discussed. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Advocacy, Agricultural Education, Experiment Stations, Higher Education
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Hickey, Anthony Andrew; King, Kendall W. – Research Management Review, 1988
A model designed to facilitate mutual reinforcement of two operations (graduate school and office of research administration) and to assure that both offices function without interruption in the absence of either of the two administrators is described. Innovations in services to the faculty and the administration are discussed. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Administrators, Deans, Graduate Study
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