The 2014 SRA International Annual Meeting in San Diego was a massive success. We had a record number of attendees and a fabulous program. Let us break the record again in Las Vegas in 2015! There also was a change in leadership. Sandra Nordahl's highly successful presidency has ended and our society is at its strongest. A big round of thanks from all of us. As the incoming president, I presented my vision for the next two year at the board meeting in San Diego. Read the article if you want to know more! Read more.
The workplace is more diverse than ever before, with four generations of actively engaged workers, more mobile employees, not to mention the variety of skill sets and work styles required in today’s modern work world. For such a wide assortment of employees to function effectively in a research administration team, understanding is key. We need to understand how employees in today’s new world of work operate and collaborate. Let’s take a look at some specific types of workers and learn how leaders can best tap into their strengths. Read more.
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Jeffrey N. Joyce, Ph.D. Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
The Journal of Research Administration (Journal) provides a scholarly forum for information and critical analysis of research administration topics to help our members meet their challenges in developing the research enterprise while assuring compliance with a myriad of agencies. In the April-May 2014 issue of The SRA Catalyst, Pamela Miller in “View from the Top” presented the summary of the peer interactions and discussions from the 2013 SRA Senior...Read more.