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View from the Top | Election Results

Each year, SRA International holds elections to the Board of Directors, a process providing each member the ability to participate in the governance of the Society. In accordance with the Bylaws of the Society Article 5.35, the notification process of the candidates for the position of President-Elect, Treasurer and two At-Large members for the Board of Directors has been completed. It is my pleasure to officially announce the election results.  
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 SRA Worldwide

The International Section of SRA is growing! The 2014 Annual Meeting saw more international delegates and mores sessions within the international thread than ever before. But remember, activities are not limited to the annual meeting. The membership of SRA International gives you a network of colleagues worldwide and opportunities to learn and grow by exchanging best practice and attending meetings and training throughout the year. The International Section President encourages activity within the International Section as well as between our section and the sections in North America and Canada. So keep an eye on the Catalyst. Here you will find information on future activities, impressions from recent activities, and profiles of International section members who wish to engage globally. 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.