Journal of Research Administration

Journal covering business.

Articles from Vol. 46, No. 2, Fall

Disciplinary Differences in Conflict of Interest Policy Communication, Attitudes, and Knowledge
IntroductionFinancial conflicts of interest (COI) in research exist when an investigator potentially benefits financially from the research in which that individual is involved. One common conflict occurs when an investigator establishes a financial...
Establishing and Maintaining an Academic Biorepository
IntroductionBio repositories are essential to research in order to advance the treatment of many diseases. Their products can assist researchers in the areas ofprevention and control and in providing personalized medicine to patients. Establishing the...
Evaluating Research Administration: Methods and Utility
IntroductionMetrics are "a means of representing a quantitative or qualitative measurable [emphasis in original] aspect of an issue in a condensed form" (Horvath, 2003, as cited in Kreimeyer & Lindemann, 2001, p. 75). Consequently, performance metrics...
From the Editor's Desk
The Journal of Research Administration is dedicated to stimulating critical thought and creating a space for dialogue to answer questions posed to us by our evolving field. As the new Editor of the Journal, I want to thank Dr. Jeffrey N. Joyce, the previous...
Growing Faculty Research for Students' Success: Best Practices of a Research Institute at a Minority-Serving Undergraduate Institution
IntroductionPuerto Rico was a colony of Spain for ~400 years until 1898, when the US occupied the Island. Transformations ushered in by World War II changed the overtly colonial relationship between the Island and the US to die current Commonwealth status...
How Do I Review Thee? Let Me Count the Ways: A Comparison of Research Grant Proposal Review Criteria across US Federal Funding Agencies
IntroductionThe research funding landscape in the United States is highly competitive, with flat or shrinking budgets for investigator-initiated research programs at most federal agencies (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2014)....
Synching the Law to Resolve the Disconnection between Awareness and Action in Legally Mandated Diversity Hiring Practices in Higher Education Institutions
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionInstitutional change scholars rely on social psychology constructs, principles or models for designing organizational change strategies. Focusing on an understanding of the psychological basis for...
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