The Journal of Research Administration: A Scholarly Writing Platform for Research Administrators

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Scholarly activity is a hallmark objective and practice in academia. While this activity is usually considered one exclusive to faculty, research administrators can and should publish scholarly work to contribute to the innovation and understanding of the field of research administration. The Journal of Research Administration (JRA) is the premier academic, peer-reviewed publication in the field of research administration and management. Published twice a year by SRA International, the JRA articles are dedicated to the education and the professional development of research administrators. The Journal publishes articles covering the changing research environment worldwide, focusing on quality and innovation in research administration. The JRA is a critically important resource for your growth, for the enrichment of the body of knowledge of research administration, and for the advancement of the art and science of the profession and its allied disciplines. This webinar will focus on teaching participants the importance of scholarly writing and it will provide a “how to” for participants to understand how to contribute to the JRA by sharing their knowledge and experience through a publication in the Journal.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the mechanics of contributing an article to the Journal of Research Administration.
  • Envision strategies for developing an article from conception and submission all the way to publication.

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Nathan L. Vanderford, PhD, Faculty, Research Administrator, University of Kentucky
Timothy Linker, Director of Risk and Program Management, North Carolina State Agricultural and Technical State University
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