This Month in SRA Catalyst

Read the July 2015 SRA Catalyst

Membership Forum

I have been thinking about the comparison between membership in SRAI and relationships between people. Whether personal or professional, we come into relationships with certain expectations. This month’s Membership Forum will explore expectations and the relationship between the Society and its members. What do you expect? What should SRAI expect from you? This is your organization. Have a say in its future. Only through this partnership can we advance our profession as research administrators. Read more.


 Gray Matters

Many investigators may wish to work with foreign collaborators on their NIH-funded projects. In an era where even expected co-authorship is considered a foreign engagement, the rules, risks, and rewards to working with a foreign collaborator, and the feasibility of these collaborations, can be a gray area. Professor Z is preparing an R01 application and has identified Dr. Y as a foreign collaborator. Can Professor Z work with Dr. Y, and if so, what considerations must Professor Z keep in mind as he is preparing his application?  Read more.

 

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Journal of Research Administration

Volume XLVI, Number 1 - Spring 2015

The Society of Research Administration's Journal of Research Administration

Jeffrey N. Joyce, Ph.D.
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

The Journal of Research Administration (Journal) provides scholarly insights into the best practices of research administration and development of the research enterprise. This issue continues our showcasing of the breadth of our international contributors with contributions from Africa, Australia and Canada. The range of topics is also extensive. Mr. Masango examines in his paper entitled “Combating inhibitors of quality research...Read more.