The 2019 SRAI Annual Meeting program also will offer registrants with a full SRAI membership in effect at the time of the meeting an opportunity to obtain course credit toward the following three certificates: Pre-Award (PA) Practice of Research Administration and Management (PRAM) Research Law (RL) (NEW ) Introduction to Research Administration and Management (IRAM) Registrants can also receive continuing education units and credit for all modules and plenaries they attend during the meeting
Training & Education Compilation We at the Catalyst would like to invite you to submit a short paragraph (2-3 sentences) about the training and education program at your institution
View from the Top | Spring Into Education By the time you read this, the 2021 Virtual SRAI Section Meeting will be history!...If you missed this event, check the upcoming offerings listed below and on the SRAI website under the “Education” tab
Get to Know the SRAI Education and Professional Development Committee Research administration is a continuously evolving field with an ongoing need to train those new to the profession as well as those already established in it. Fortunately, SRAI has us covered thanks to the many members who volunteer their time through the Education and Professional Development Committee (EPDC).
Beyond Boundaries: Developing Grant Writing Skills across Higher Education Institutions In a series of articles, we will present the newest in research administration from the Journal of Research Administration, with submissions provided through the JRA Author Fellowship Program
Pushing a Cart Up the Hill: Continuing Education in Research Administration How does one decide to enter this field, and further how does one determine whether advanced education, professional certification, and/or a terminal degree is required?
Higher education institutions are facing an increasing demand to collaborate with each other in the knowledge economy. Yet, research on how higher education management enhances collaborative work is rare
Education and Mentorship are the Backbone of the Research Administration Profession | by Cynthia Morin At the young age of 18, I joined the Johns Hopkins University as an employee of the Department of Biomedical Engineering
We asked you to share a bit about your education in this field before you entered it, while you’ve been in it and as you’re advancing in it. The majority response to the first question about what research administration education or training you had before you entered your first RA role was to skip the question
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