Academic journal article Journal of Research Administration

Announcing the Rod Rose Award for the Outstanding Paper of 2002. (Announcements)

Academic journal article Journal of Research Administration

Announcing the Rod Rose Award for the Outstanding Paper of 2002. (Announcements)

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Jerry Fife

Vanderbilt University

Robert Forrester

retired

PricewaterhouseCoopers

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The SRA Rod Rose Award 2002 was given to Jerry Fife and Robert Forrester for Pricing the Services of Scientific Cores

Part I: Charging Subsidized and Unsubsidized Users

Part II: Charging Outside Users

The Journal Of Research Administration Volume XXXIII, Number, II, 2002 p. 33-47.

The cash prize and award certificates were presented by SRA President Julie Cole at the Awards Luncheon on 28 October in Orlando, Florida.

The Society for Research Administrators International first awarded the Rod Rose Award in 1973 for the most outstanding paper accepted by the journal. The criteria used by the journal team--ERB and member editors-are the article's relevance, usefulness, degree of innovation in content, and readability. All original papers submitted by 15 September and accepted for publication during 2002 that met the criteria for consideration are listed by the editors for the ERB vote. Each member interpreted the articles using the following guidance:

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