Catalyst

 

SRAI’s monthly electronic newsletter, SRAI Catalyst, features insights from top professionals in research management and administration, informs readers of SRAI’s extensive conference and educational offerings, recognizes members for their achievements and provides a space to network and learn more about the structure, functions and people of SRAI.

Catalyst Contributor: Submit book or article reviews, informative features, professional milestones or assist in authoring one of our already established columns for our monthly newsletter, SRAI Catalyst. Interested? Contact us to discuss article ideas or how you can get involved. Email: catalyst@srainternational.org

by SRA International on Thursday, December 21, 2017

SRAI is embarking on an exciting new initiative which will ensure we remain at the forefront of the research administration profession as the premier international resource for excellence.... Read more

Tagged with: Membership, Volunteer

by SRA International on Thursday, December 21, 2017

Concern over the impact federal regulations have on the internal affairs of higher education institutions remains a critical issue in higher education.... Read more

Tagged with: Research Administration

by SRA International on Thursday, December 21, 2017

External or extramural funding is essential to conducting much academic research and, in many departments with graduate programs, to providing financial support and research experience for graduate students.... Read more

Tagged with: Research Administration

by Tonya Edvalson on Thursday, December 21, 2017

I come to SRAI with a bit of a different perspective sometimes it seems. I work as a regulatory coordinator.... Read more

Tagged with: Membership

by Zoya Davis-Hamilton on Thursday, December 21, 2017

Service evaluations help users communicate their needs, and provide research administration offices with data about where they are meeting their goals, and where there are areas for improvement. We surveyed offices of research administration in order to find the current “pulse” of how they are evaluating their services.... Read more

Tagged with: The Pulse

by rebecca.rinehart@uni.edu on Thursday, December 21, 2017

This is the first in a series of articles on literary works that intersect with our professional interests in research, research administration, and university life.... Read more

Tagged with: Learn Succeed Lead, Membership

by Gregory Simpson on Thursday, December 21, 2017

Teamwork, team building, teaming, collaboration, cooperation, leading with teams: these keywords, and similar words or phrases, are seen often in organizational administrative literature and often discussed in research administration and leadership trainings, and explicitly or implicitly defined or referenced in strategic plans or planning activities.... Read more

Tagged with: Membership, Professional Development, Research Administration

by reporter@grant-winners.com on Thursday, December 21, 2017

Exceptionally talented researchers of any nationality and at any stage of their careers should be aware of the European Research Council grants awarded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Commission.... Read more

Tagged with: Funding Opportunities, Membership, Research Administration

by Marjorie Piechowski on Thursday, December 21, 2017

In the last ten years, many academic and research-focused institutions have established research development functions as a result of increased competitiveness in the grant world and institutional awareness of the need to be proactive and strategic in seeking grant support.... Read more

Tagged with: Membership, Professional Development

by rhearns1@gmail.com on Thursday, December 21, 2017

The Midwest/Southern Section meeting planners are looking for someone willing to provide a Research Ethics and/or Compliance half-day workshop.... Read more

Tagged with: Midwest Section, Networking, Southern Section

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