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Martinez, Paul S. – Journal of Research Administration, 2019
Prior to the passing of California Assembly Bill 20 (AB20) and the implementation of the California Model Agreement (CMA) in 2015, the proposal and award process for the California public university systems and the state of California was slow-moving, administratively burdensome, and inconsistent in contracting for research, training, and public…
Descriptors: State Legislation, Educational Legislation, Program Implementation, Contracts
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Johnson, Marcus R.; Middleton, Melissa; Brown, Mackenzie; Burke, Tara; Barnett, Tammy – Journal of Research Administration, 2019
Project prioritization is often an arduous task for any organization. This is particularly evident in large, complex organizations with matrixed management structures, such as the VA Cooperative Studies Program (CSP). CSP is responsible for the planning and conduct of large multicenter clinical trials and epidemiological studies in the Department…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Comparative Analysis, Models, Veterans
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Shuman, Kristin M. – Journal of Research Administration, 2019
The national need for higher education research has increased over the years with the growth of societal issues. Funding for this research is often acquired through competitive grant proposals due to the lack of internal funding in most universities. The skills required to write the grant are sometimes lacking and represented in current literature…
Descriptors: Grants, Grantsmanship, Program Proposals, Proposal Writing
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Fagan, Jesse; Eddens, Katherine S.; Dolly, Jennifer; Vanderford, Nathan L.; Weiss, Heidi; Levens, Justin S. – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
Interdisciplinary research collaboration is needed to perform transformative science and accelerate innovation. The Science of Team Science strives to investigate, evaluate, and foster team science, including institutional policies that may promote or hinder collaborative interdisciplinary research and the resources and infrastructure needed to…
Descriptors: Authors, Network Analysis, Social Networks, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Wedekind, Gerben Kristian; Philbin, Simon Patrick – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
This paper illustrates how a university-based project management office (PMO) can provide focused support across the entire grant project lifecycle within a European research context. In recent years, EU (European Union) research and innovation grant programs have increasingly shifted to support multidisciplinary consortia composed of industry,…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Grants, Consortia, Research and Development
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Huang, Jun Song; Hung, Wei Loong – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
Research management is an emerging field of study and its development is significant to the advancement of research enterprise. Developing the science of research management requires investigating social mechanisms involved in research management. Yet, studies on social mechanisms of research management is lacking in the literature. To address…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Educational Research, Best Practices, Guidelines
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Johnson, Marcus R.; Bullard, A. Jasmine; Whitley, R. Lawrence – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
Background & Aims: Lean methodology is a continuous process improvement approach that is used to identify and eliminate unnecessary steps (or waste) in a process. It increases the likelihood that the highest level of value possible is provided to the end-user, or customer, in the form of the product delivered through that process. Lean…
Descriptors: Personnel Selection, Employment Practices, Clinical Teaching (Health Professions), Medical Research
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Silva, Angela J. – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
Research organizations are dealing with impacts from shrinking funding, have limited means and are functioning in environments of constant change and pressure all while identifying resources to develop or sustain programs. This state of uncertainty presents a unique opportunity for organizations to expand their capacity and become adaptive,…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Organizations (Groups), Organizational Culture, Models
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Rolland, Betsy; Lee, Charlotte P.; Potter, John D. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
As collaborative biomedical research has increased in size and scope, so, too, has the need to facilitate the disparate work being done by investigators across institutional, geographic and, often, disciplinary boundaries. Yet we know little about what facilitation is on a day-to-day basis or what types of facilitation work contribute to the…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Biomedicine, Coordination, Research and Development Centers
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Yates, Robin M.; Warren, Amy L. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
Bridge-funding by tertiary-educational institutions allows researchers to continue their research in times of funding loss. With the ever-declining funding rates for major medical research institutions in North America, and the global economic downturn, it is crucial to critically assess institutional policies surrounding the allocation of…
Descriptors: Biomedicine, Financial Support, Financial Policy, Medical Research
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Droegemeier, Kelvin K.; Snyder, Lori Anderson; Knoedler, Alicia; Taylor, William; Litwiller, Brett; Whitacre, Caroline; Gobstein, Howard; Keller, Christine; Hinds, Teri Lyn; Dwyer, Nathalie – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
The individual charged with stewarding the academic research and creative activity enterprise (i.e., Chief Research Officer or Vice President/Chancellor for Research), has tremendous responsibility and influence over the institution's ability to achieve its overall mission. Yet, the skills and knowledge required to successfully serve in this role…
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Research Administration, Research Universities, Administrator Attitudes
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Lehman, Dwayne W. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
The administration and management of sponsored projects spans many levels within an institution of higher education. Research administration professionals require an operational understanding of a complex and intertwined set of disciplines that include project management, finance, legal, ethics, communication, and business acumen. The explicit…
Descriptors: Organizational Culture, Organizational Theories, Research Administration, Knowledge Management
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Wiebe, Natasha G.; Maticka-Tyndale, Eleanor – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
Obtaining external funding has become increasingly difficult for Canadian researchers in the social sciences and humanities. Our literature review suggests that grant-writing groups and workshops make an important contribution to increasing both applications for external funding and success in funding competitions. This article describes an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grants, Program Proposals, Proposal Writing
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Hottenstein, Kristi N. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
Regulations for research involving human subjects have long been a critical issue in higher education. Federal public policy for research involving human subjects impacts institutions of higher education by requiring all federally funded research to be passed by an Institutional Review Board (IRB). Undergraduate research is no exception. Given the…
Descriptors: Public Policy, Research Administration, Undergraduate Students, Student Research
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Liberale, Andrea Pescina; Kovach, Jamison V. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
Research activities often involve enrolling human subjects as volunteers to participate in research studies. Federal regulations mandate that research institutions are responsible for protecting the ethical rights and welfare of human subjects from research risks. This is usually accomplished by requiring approval of research protocols by an…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Research Universities, Compliance (Legal), Operations Research
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