International Survey of Research University Leadership: View of Technology Transfer & Sponsored Research Offices
This report presents the opinions of 314 deans, chancellors, department chairmen, research institute directors, provosts, trustees, vice presidents and other upper level administrators from more than 50 research universities in the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland and Australia. The report gives detailed information on what they think of their university technology transfer and sponsored research efforts and what they feel should be done going forward. They also judge whether technology transfer and sponsored research units should receive more or less university funding, and if they are adequately staffed. The study also looks at how the administrators sampled view the effectiveness of university policies designed to promote the university’s technology and research prowess of its faculty.
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