Correlation of Salaries in Research Administration Field With Geographic Location, Size of Institution, Scope of Research, Volume of Research Expenditures, Sub-type of Research Administration, Advancement of Information Technology and Additional Training
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This research was designed to investigate if salaries of research administrators employed in higher education across the United States were correlated with factors such as geographic location, size of the institution, volume of research expenditures, scope of research, additional in-house training, advancement of information technology, and sub-type of Research Administration, e.g., Extramural Fund Management or Intellectual Property Management. The National Council of University Research Administrators’ (NCURA) Board of Directors provided access to their database of 7,300 university research administrators. The survey data was analyzed using standard statistical methods. The analysis of data supports that geographic location, volume of research expenditures, and sub-type of Research Administration are correlated with salaries of research administrators. The institution size, scope of research, additional training, and advancement of information technology show no correlation to the salaries of research administrators.
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