Academic journal article Journal of Research Administration

Announcing the 2005 Recipient of the Rod Rose Award: For Best Paper of the Year

Academic journal article Journal of Research Administration

Announcing the 2005 Recipient of the Rod Rose Award: For Best Paper of the Year

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With the goal of expanding the knowledge and tools of research administration, The Journal of Research Administration has given research administrators a means to exchange ideas and has provided a vehicle for new voices in the profession for 36 years. We owe this resource to the first part-time director of SRA, Rod Rose, who, as chair of the publications committee, in July 1969 produced the first edition of the journal, at that time named The Journal of the Society of Research Administrators. To establish a mechanism recognizing the achievement of our successful authors and to draw greater attention to the Journal, in 1973 the Board of Directors of SRA established an annual cash award program to honor the best paper published in the Journal each year.

The article chosen for the Rod Rose Award for best paper this year is "Helpful Gatekeepers: Positive Management of the Limited Submission Process" by Robert E. Porter, published in vol. 36, no. 1.

Dr. Porter is currently program development manager for the Research Division at Virginia Tech. …

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