Symposium

About SRAI Symposium Posters


Each year SRA International has a tradition of publishing contributed professional posters at its annual meeting, which are designed to advance and enrich the body of knowledge of research administration and management as an art and science.

Posters should represent an important contribution to the research administration body of knowledge or successfully demonstrate significant milestones of success that are of interest or importance. They should not be used as a marketing resource for an institution’s success but should articulate advances in research administration or management.

Submission is open to any individual whose scholarly or professional interest is related to research management.

Topics must focus on areas of research administration specialization such as:

  • pre-award processes
  • post-award processes
  • international research administration
  • research infrastructure and growth
  • strategic planning
  • financial management
  • computer science
  • research ethics
  • human research
  • animal research
  • intellectual property
  • technology transfer
  • publication standards
  • human resources management
  • other research administration-related areas

2022 SRA International Symposium Paper Presentations

Join us on Thursday, November 3 from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM as the Symposium Paper finalists present their papers and compete for the 2022 Best Poster of the Year Award!

Competing for the Best Poster of the Year Award

Internal Funding Programs - Institutional Successes and Lessons Learned
Author(s): Cira Mathis, Maleeka Bintarsh, Aseela Al Dhaheri
Representing: Khalifa University
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Approaches to Optimal Recovery of Indirect Costs for Research Activities
Author(s): Stella Kakeeto, Susan Mawemuko, Elizabeth Nambi
Representing: Makerere University 
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Increasing Grant Capacity at Smaller Institutions through Innovative Services
Author(s): Devon Hill, Beth Wild, Christine Johnson, Kenneth Sewell
Representing: Oklahoma State University
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Research Administrators and the Success of Research Mentoring Programs for Early Career Researchers
Author(s): Antony Matsika, Thokozile Mashaah
Representing: University of Zimbabwe-HEPI-PETRA Program
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HRPP/IRB Administrator Competencies: A Delphi Study
Author(s): Alyssa McKinley, Nicole Cobb, Kacey Strickland
Representing: Mississippi State University 
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A Strategic Framework to Optimize Sponsored Research Services: A Transition from a Small to Medium Institution
Author(s): Fernando J. Rosario-Maldonado, Soreli M. Santana-Muñiz, Claris A. Vega, Doris A. Andújar-Pérez
Representing: Ponce Research Institute
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BYU’s Research Development Coordinating Council: A Roadmap for Strategically Growing Research Administration
Author(s): Kristen Kellems, Jamie Mitchell, Aimee Knudson, Erica Miller
Representing: Brigham Young University 
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Developing a Data-Driven Approach to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in a Specialized Research Setting
Author(s): Ryan Salewski, Dendra Hillier
Representing: Western University 
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Research Billing Compliance: Bridging the Gap
Author(s): Anna French, Amber Nova, Kendra Varian, Alexia Segura
Representing: Intermountain Healthcare
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The Versatile Research Administrator—Bringing Strengths to the Research Administration Table
Author(s): Bonita Mahaffey, Lizethe Pendleton, Erna Serezlic, Anna French
Representing: Intermountain Healthcare
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Does the Shoe Fit
Author(s): Erna Serezlic, Bonnie Mahaffey, Anna French, Alexia Segura
Representing: Intermountain Healthcare
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Dreaming Toward the Future: Feasibility Process Mapping
Author(s): Renee Vaughan 
Representing: Duke University SOM
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Grant Professionals as Stewards of Public Resources: A Mixed-Methods Content Analysis of Grants Management Curricula in Master of Public Administration Programs
Author(s): Luke Parker 
Representing: Arkansas State University
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SRAI Symposium Posters

The Society has a tradition of publishing contributed posters designed to advance and enrich the body of knowledge of research administration and management as an art and science during its annual meeting. Nomination forms are emailed to SRAI International members at the beginning of each year.

Posters should represent an important contribution to the research administration body of knowledge or successful demonstrate significant milestones of success that are of interest or importance. They should not be used as a marketing resource for an institution's success but should articulate advances in research administration or management.

Questions?

Do you have a question about the Symposium or any other program? Contact Gina Cuevas, Program Manager