This serves to invite you to complete a survey on international collaborative research management and administration. You are being invited to take part in a research study as part of a project undertaken as part of a Research Fellowship through the Society of Research Administrators International (SRAI). The purpose of this research is to understand what our roles and responsibilities are and what we value within research administration and management to ensure effective research activity as it specifically pertains to international collaborations.
This survey is authorized and supported by INORMS, the International Network of Research Management Societies. You have been invited to participate because you are a member of at least one professional association involved in or related to the International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS).
You may follow this link to the survey: Take the RA/RM international collaboration survey
Or copy and paste this link in your browser: http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5pc9EQSF4kSZ3i5
The IRB at the University of Central Florida approved this survey as Exempt (Ref. STUDY00001623, April 7, 2020). The electronic consent is included on the first page of the survey and also here for your convenience IRB STUDY00001623 Approved Consent.
The survey should take around 15-20 minutes to complete. Please note that this is an anonymous survey link and that is unable to track identifying information of respondents.
Deadline: May 30
It is being distributed worldwide through national and regional associations: specifically: ACU, ARMA, ARMA-NL, ARMS, AURAM, BESTPRAC, BRAMA, CabRIMA, CARA-ACAAR, CASSSP, DARMA, EARIMA, EARMA, Finn-ARMA, FORTRAMA, IceARMA, India Alliance, NARMA, NCURA, NORDP, PIC, PraxisAuril, RMAN-J, SARIMA, SRAI, SWARMA, and WARIMA.
Please note that the survey must not be forwarded to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria or the Crimea Region of the Ukraine without the approval of the PI. These countries/regions are subject to certain comprehensive economic sanctions and licensing requirements may apply.
A kind thanks in advance for your participation.
Angela White-Jones, Ph.D.
University of Central Florida