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What does SRAI stand for?

SRAI stands for Society of Research Administrators International (various locations)


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The exploration, even celebration, of these tensions is part of the living heritage that the Society of Research Administrators International continually provides to our profession.
This year, the Society of Research Administrators International holds its annual academy meeting in Montreal.
Table 1 Membership of INORMS * Australian Research Management Society (ARMS) * Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) * European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) * Association of Research Managers and Administrators UK (ARMA) * Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association (SARIMA) * Society of Research Administrators International (SRA) * Canadian Association of University Research Administrators (CAURA) * Swiss Association of Research Managers and Administrators (SARMA) * West African Research and Innovation Management Association (WARIMA) Dr.
The Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC) was formed in conjunction with the Society of Research Administrators International (SRA) in 1993 with the primary purpose of certifying that an individual, through experience and testing, has the fundamental knowledge necessary to be a professional research or sponsored programs administrator (Research Administrators Certification Council, 2004).
The Society of Research Administrators International (SRA) responded to this initiative and identified the following specific priority areas for reform: the peer review process, funding for graduate research, evaluation of federally funded research, support for the research infrastructure, federal partnerships programs, mechanisms for addressing complex (multi-discipline and/or cross-sector) innovations, and accounting principles for R&D in the private and public sectors.