Research Management Review

Research Management Review

Welcome to the Research Management Review (RMR) Online! As the scholarly journal for the National Council of University Research Administrators, the RMR is concerned with the broad range of issues affecting the administration of research and the changing research environment at the national and international levels. The RMR provides a forum for the dissemination of knowledge about the study and practice of the research administration profession. The current issue is member-only access but all archive issues are open to the public and accessible online.

If you have any questions concerning the writing and submission of RMR articles, as well as basic questions concerning the RMR, please contact the RMR Editor, Aimee Roundtree

Call for Articles

The current call for articles invites manuscripts to be submitted. Submissions are due  March 31, 2023. See the author instructions for details.

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Volume 25, Number 1 - 2021

Best Practices for Research Analytics & Business Intelligence within the Research Domain
Baron Wolf, University of Kentucky; Terri Hall, University of Notre Dame; Katherine Robershaw, Berea College ​

Case Study: How Gallaudet University’s Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Services Implemented
Their Business Continuity Plan during COVID-19

Ashauntay Houston, Audrey Wineglass Foster, Gallaudet University 

Using REDCap Application in Tracking and Evaluation of Occupational Health Questionnaires for Animal Care and Use Program
Dusty Layton, Danielle Miller, Clista Clanton, Thalia Shaw, Jessica Medema, University of South Alabama  

Authentic Leadership: A Study of the Relationship between Authentic Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior
Among Research Administrators at Research Universities

Mario R. Medina, University of Kansas Medical Center

Years of Innovation and Change: Reflections from the Editorial Board and Insights from RMR Journal Content
Aimee Kendall Roundtree, Texas State University


Volume 24, Number 1 - 2020

The Complex Challenge of Foreign Interference in Research Administration and Compliance
Tammy F. Chu, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Boston Children’s Hospital​

Burnout and Its Correlates in Research Administrators
Kosta Tabakakis, University of Otago and Central Queensland University; Kate Sloane, GNS Science Ltd.; Janice Besch, NHMRC; and Quyen G. To, Central Queensland University and Queensland University of Technology

Structuring a Departmental Research Administration Office to Combat a High-Demand Workload and Offset Administrative Burden
Bridget Leyland, Grant Jackson, Kasey Godard, Kelsie Taggert, Aniko Nalevanko, and Robert Capor, University of Pittsburgh 

Environmental Change and Adaptation in Predominantly Undergraduate Institution Sponsored Programs Offices in Kentucky: A Multiple Case Study
Scott Niles, Georgia Institute of Technology

Successful Strategies for Increasing Faculty Grant Activity
Katherine M. Yaun, Robert A. Reiser, Reddick R. Walker, and Michael P. Mesa, Florida State University