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5 Tactics for Waging a Successful Research Administration Process Review Posted on: February 13, 2014 by Kelly O'Brien

Running a research administration team can sometimes feel like an uphill battle, especially if you struggle with outmoded processes, convoluted organizational structures and a lack of engagement from the research community. Fortunately, conducting a comprehensive process review stands to drastically improve all three of those situations. That said, while running a process review can be […]

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The Secret to Keeping Your Head Above Water as a Research Administrator Posted on: December 11, 2013 by Cayuse

If I were to suggest that research administration is an unusually complex field, I doubt I’d hear much argument. Just look at the bewildering array of stakeholders the Office of Sponsored Research must answer to. Researchers, the institution itself,  funding agencies of all stripes, compliance offices, professional organizations, third-party watchdogs—the list goes on. With that […]

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Take Your Research Team to the Next Level with Cloud-Based Collaborative Tools Posted on: May 15, 2013 by Cayuse

These days, it’s more and more common to work on research proposals with entire teams of researchers, many of whom may be coming from other disciplines, campuses or even countries.  Luckily, the internet is full of great, cloud-based collaborative tools ideal for helping Principal Investigators and research teams put their heads together—anytime, anywhere! The following […]

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Practical Tips for Research Admin Success Posted on: March 13, 2013 by Cayuse

Working in research administration can certainly be rewarding, but it’s not what you would call a low-stress gig. The Office of Sponsored Projects is a fast-paced, high-pressure environment—and little wonder, given the gauntlet of approval steps that every proposal has to run, prior to submission. Being a successful research administrator—while maintaining a healthy blood pressure—relies […]

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