Journal of Research Administration

Journal covering business.

Articles from Vol. 41, No. 3, Fall

Building a Research Administration Infrastructure at the Department Level
Introduction Doing more with less has been the norm for research administrators (e.g., Drummond, 2003; Hexter, 1998; Kirby, 1996; Morris & Hess, 1991; Schweri, 1992). Shambrook & Mintzer (2007) noted that given considerable intellectual...
Challenges of Implementing the NIH Extramural Associate Research Development Award (EARDA) at a Minority-Serving University
Introduction In fall 2007, a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Extramural Associates Research Development Award (EARDA) was implemented at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. The NIH EARDA award was designed to build research infrastructure...
Developing and Managing University-Industry Research Collaborations through a Process Methodology/industrial Sector Approach
Introduction A large proportion of universities in the United States and Europe have traditionally focused on undergraduate education, with a lesser emphasis on research. This has largely been the case since many of these institutions were founded...
From the Editor's Desk
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] I recently began my 20th year of professional service in healthcare and biomedical research leadership. Reflecting back on these nearly two decades, I recall often how my entry into the world of research was such a contradiction....
Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age
Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age Kurt W. Beyer The MIT Press, 389 pp. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Kurt Beyer demands our attention when he writes that Grace Hopper "is unquestionably the most numerically popular computer...
Inside the Triple Helix: An Integrative Conceptual Framework of the Academic Researcher's Activities, a Systematic Review
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction In some Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, the interactions of the economic actors are in transition (Inzelt, 2004). A triple helix model of these interactions is emerging,...
Prelude: The Capture and Challenge of Discovery and Innovation, Celebrating 50 Years of the Information Age
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction From the simplest to the most sophisticated human activities, the power of computing has changed the way we interact individually, socially, governmentally, culturally, and globally. Yet have these influences...
Tenured and Non-Tenured College of Education Faculty Motivators and Barriers in Grant Writing: A Public University in the South
Introduction Securing funding to conduct research is increasingly important in today's higher education environment (Boyer & Cockriel, 1998; Sterner, 1999). Writing research grant proposals is a major means of seeking funding for research at...
Training the Research Integrity Officers (RIO): The Federally Funded "RIO Boot Camps" Backward Design to Train for the Future
Introduction A Scenario: Dr. Green, of Large University, oversees a number of research regulatory areas as Associate Vice President for Research. These roles include serving as the Research Integrity Officer (RIO). Dr. Green regularly reviews Institutional...
Women as Senior Research Administration Managers
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction In a recent research report, Carter and Silva (2010a) write: When women get the right education, the right training, the right work experience, and the right aspirations--to succeed at the highest...
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