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2014-2015 Center Director Report Slides

2014-2015 Process/Outcome Report Slides

2014-2015 Membership Report Slides

June 2015 Directors Conference Information

Meeting Agenda - Meyer, Gray & Sundstrom

NSF Update - Babu

Keynote: Triple Helix: Emerging Issues for Research and Evaluation - Etzkowitz

Evaluator Knowledgebase Prototype - Rivers, McGowen, Gray & Chang

Graduate Student Social Capital, Social Networks (Thesis) - Leonchuk

Word Cafe: Evaluation Practices that Inform the I/UCRC Program - Meyer

NC State Evaluation Project Slides:

Update on Process Outcomes 2013-2014 Data - Gray, Leonchuk, McGowen & Michaelis

Update on Membership 2013-2014 Data - Gray, Leonchuk, McGowen & Michaelis

Fidelity 2014 Study - Gray, Leonchuk & McGowen

Content Analysis of Process Outcome Data - Gray, Leonchuk & Michaelis

Evaluator Research Agenda - Sundstrom

Evaluating Non-Economic Impacts: Literature Highlights and I/UCRC Implications - Meyer & McGowen

LIFE Discussion Survey Results - McGowen, Rivers, Chang & Gray

January 2015 Directors Conference Information

Workshop: Building I/UCRC Membership and IAB Engagement

Customer Discovery to Build an I/UCRC - Arkilic

Customer Discovery in the I/UCRC - Naquin

I/UCRC Program Update - Montelli

The Center Value Proposition: All That For Just $50K - Meyer, Flatley, & Wert

Alex Schwarzkopf Award

Concurrent Sessions:

Building Your Center through External Funding - Rishe, Terpenny, & Huggins

Tools and Techniques to Help Manage Your I/UCRC - Bazakos, Caudill, & Michel

Evaluators Business Meeting:

Evaluators Updates - Montelli

2013-2014 CD Report Slides - Gray, Leonchuk, & McGowen

LIFE New Features - McGowen

Logic Model - Behrens

Concurrent Sessions:

Recruiting and Keeping Industry Members - Sill, Bond, & Walton

Small Business and I/IUCRCs: A Win-Win? - Gray, Apelian, & DeSaro

Innovative Ideas from Innovative Managing Directos - Marsh, Struble, Caudill, & Midson

Cooperative Research and Globalization: The Role of IUCRCs - Wessner & Kingscott

How I/UCRC Fit Into the University Mission and University Support for I/UCRC - Sander & Wilhelm

Resiliency Through Adversities - Fan, Kash, Montelli, & Naquin

Handouts:

I/UCRC Clusters for Grand Challenges (funding opportunity)

Travesting the Valley of Death Overview


June 2014 Evaluators Conference Information

NSF Overview Session -Hornak & Priya

Evaluation Logic Modeling - Behrens

Full Logic Model

High-level Logic Model

Evaluating Outcomes of Publicly Funded RTD Programs - Jordan

Pearls from the Past: Useful Research Jewels - Meyer, Gray, & McGowen

SBIR Membership Study - Gray, McGowen, & Rivers

Research Selection / LIFE Form Use - Chang

Evaluator Research Roadmap - Behrens, Gray, & Sundstrom

Evaluator Research Agenda - Sundstrom

Update: IAB Toolkit - Boardman & Hoffman (Discussion Only)

Update: Evaluator Knowledge Base - Rivers

Update: Center Fact Sheets - Chang

Update on Membership & Process/Outcome Data Analysis - Gray

Research Reports

Social Capital & Networks of Graduate S&T Students with Different Training Experiences - Leonchuk

System of Industrial Innovation - Michaelis

Agricultural Technology Transfer between University and Industry in the US and Brazil - Althoff-Philippi


January 2014 Directors Conference Information

I/UCRC Boot Camp for Center Start Ups - Caudill, Bonning, Gray, & Priya

I/UCRC Program Overview & Strategic Direction - Hornak & Rodriguez

Evaluators Business Meeting

LIFE Website: Discussion and Feedback on Recent Changes - Gray
I /UCRC Program Findings from the Center Director Structural Database FY 2012-2013 - Gray, McGowen & Leonchuk

IAB Roundtable: How to Build a Committed IAB - Gillespie, Miles, & Beuscher

Operations Fair: Member Recruitment - Michel & Palmeri

Alex Schwarzkopf Award - Lee

I/UCRC Member Recruitment: The Role of Customer Discovery and Storytelling - Arkilic & Kates

Global Perspectives - Blanpain, Ishwar, & Ramakrishna

Membership Panel: The Ups and Downs of Recruiting & Retaining Members to Your I/UCRC - Caudill, Cukic, Greenberg, Schuckers, Winston

Strategies for Enhancing Center Research Planning: Developing and Using Research Roadmaps - Lee, Sammakia, Suri

Large Team Program Opportunities for your I/UCRC - Asmail, Molnar, Pitchumani

Changing Industrial R&D Strategies - Weitzman

Evaluators Research Forum

Preliminary Findings: Supplemental Opportunity for SBIR/STTR Members in IUCRCs Evaluation Study - Gray, Rivers, McGowen, Leonchuk, & Michaelis
Social Capital and Graduate Training of Science & Technology Students at US universities - Leonchuk

Operations Roundtable: Another Bright Idea - Walton Presentation & Summary Document

Technology Cluster & Teaming Breakouts - Schmidt, Mehta, & Perry


June 2013 Evaluators Conference Information

I/UCRC Program Update - DasGupta

Peak Experiences in Research Collaboration: What are the Determinants of Ideal & Nightmare Collaboration Experiences? - Bozeman

New I/UCRC Evaluator Protocol Incorporating Economic Impact Assessment - Gray, McGowen, Leonchuk, & DeYoung

Panel Discussion: Challenges of Monitoring Tech Transfer in Cooperative Research Centers - Scott, Chang & Davis

Process Outcome Report Presentation - Gray, McGowen, Leonchuk, & DeYoung

Membership Report Presentation & Supplemental Analyses - Gray, Leonchuk, & McGowen

Evaluators Research Agenda - Meyer

Evaluators Knowledge Base - Rivers

Evaluator Research Reports from North Carolina State University

Findings from Graduated Centers - McGowen
Research Center Sustainability & Survival: Case Studies Report Announcement - Gray
Directors Study: Science & Technology & Human Capital - Rivers
Students and Social Networks: Human Capital - Leonchuk
SBIR Membership Analysis - Gray

 


January 2013 Directors Conference Information

I/UCRC Boot Camp for Center Start Ups

Welcoming Remarks - Subra Suresh

Program Update: DasGupta & Rodriguez

Concurrent Sessions

Directors: Supplemental Funding opportunities: Beck, Poats, Londono, & Simmons
Operations Panel: Strategies for Planning Fantastic IAB Meetings - Aller, Guico, & Michel
Evaluators: Business Meeting and Role Update - Sundstrom & Gray

2013 Alexander Schwarzkopf Prize for Technological Innovation - Kiaei & Hartkopf

Meeting the Challenge of Multi-University Centers - Scott, Caudill, Kavi, & Ray

Concurrent Sessions

Global Perspectives on Cooperative Research - Moudgil, Randall, & Rishe
Operations Roundtable: One Bright Idea - Creedon
Managing Transitions - Gray, Arbogast, Babu, Bolte, Johnson

Changing Industrial R&D Strategy - Tao

Strengths & Opportunities of Improvement of I/UCRCs - Cribb, Dunn, & Puschell

Concurrent Sessions

Developing the Entrepreneurial I/UCRC - Apelian, Lee & Mantooth
The Operations Function: How Directors are Getting it Done - Goldfarb, Kaufman, Korgel, & Pluta
Operations Report
Evaluators: Research Forum - Gray, Leonchuk & McGowen
Results from the 2011-2012 Center Structural Information Report - Gray, DeYoung, & McGowen

 


June 2012 Evaluators Conference Information

I/UCRC Program Update: DasGupta & Hornak

Keynote - Evaluating the Economic the Economic Impacts of Collaborative R&D: Vonortas, N.

Evaluation Project Reports:

Membership & Process/Outcome Update 2010-2011: Gray, DeYoung, Leonchuk, & McGowen
Changes to LIFE: Gray
Proposed changes to P/O Questionnaire: Gray
Preview of proposed changes to Evaluator Protocol: Gray
Invited Presentation- I/UCRC Leadership, Career Impacts & Social Capital: Rivers

Discussion & Feedback on Reporting Technology Breakthroughs; Succession Planning; Evaluator Coversheet; LIFE; Evaluator Role Expectations: Sundstrom
Economic Impact Assessment: Proposed Changes to Evaluator Protocol: Gray
Evaluator Research Agenda: Meyer
Analysis of Leveraging by Other NSF Divisions: McGowen & Gray
IPR Benchmarking: Leonchuk
Possible Thesis Project- Experiences of International Students in I/UCRC's: Leonchuk
Analysis of Center Fidelity Impacts: Gray, McGowen, Leonchuk, & DeYoung


January 2012 Directors Conference Information

Boot camp for Center Start-Ups: Gray, Hornak & Sundstrom

Supplemental Funding Options at NSF - Cheville & Woods

Evaluator Sessions:
Report from the 2010-2011 Center Structure Database - Gray, McGowen & DeYoung
Changes in Evaluator Role & Responsibilities - Gray & Sundstrom

The Wide, Wide World of I/UCRC Operations, Part 1 - Caudill, Schabenberger, Walton & Watson

Plenary 1: And Now, an Encouraging Word From Our Sponsor - Becker, Sundstrom, Narayanan, DasGupta, Rodriguez

Directors Networking Session - Becker

Evaluation Research Forum:
Graduated I/UCRCs: Studying Sustainability Over Time -McGowen & Gray
I/UCRC Director's Career & Human Capital - Rivers & Gray
NCSU Upcoming Evaluation Research Projects - Gray

Operations Roundtable: The Wide, Wide World of I/UCRC Operations, Part 2: The Players - Slocum

Presentation of the 2012 Alexander Schwarzkopf Prize for Technological Innovation - Kiaei, George & Lam (CHREC)

Successful Recruiting: A Systems Perspective - Gray, Greenberg, Haber & Rivers

Supplemental Funding: How to Make Your Funding Opportunities Pay Off - Hornak, Ray, Rishe, Winston & Fortes

We are all in this together, aren't we? Managing the Multi-University Center - Goff, Ringo, Schuckers & Terpenny

Strengthening IAB Relations: From "Keeping Peace" to Making Productive Partnerships - Garimella, Huggins, Mantooth & Schwarzkopf

Plenary Session 2: Forecasting Government Support for R&D and Cooperative Research: Federal and State Perspectives - Teich & Berglung

Plenary Session 3: High-Value Innovation From University-Industry Collaboration - Ciesinski & Marzulo

Directors Roundtables:
Boot camp for Center Start-ups (Part 2): No such thing as a dumb question - Hornak
Multi-university Center (MUC) Peer Exchange - Arbogast
Running Your Center: Challenges and Best Practices - Greenberg
Building Bridges Between Education and Research Programs - Brasche
Phase I, Phase II, Phase III, Succession - Ray

Evaluators Breakout:
Evaluator Business Meeting - Sundstrom & Gray

The Wide, Wide, World of I/UCRC Operations (Part 3): Gathering Data - Caudill & Christian

Wrap-Up Session: Burning I/UCRC Questions and Answers - Sundstrom, DasGupta, Schwarzkopf & Rodriguez


June 2011 Evaluators Conference Information

Pre-session for New Evaluators - McGowen
Welcome & Introductions - Sundstrom
IUCRC Program Update & Expectations for Evaluators - DasGupta
Keynote: Evaluating Public R&D Investments - Ruegg
New Evaluator Protocol: Updated Impact Assessment & Expectations - Rivers & Gray (Available upon request)
IUCRC Planning Meetings: Hints & Best Practices for Evaluators - Meyer
The IAB Challenge: Keeping Them Engaged - Price
IUCRC Best Practices Checklist: Updated Version, Further improvements - Hornak & Scott
Boot camp for New IUCRC Directors: Update & Agenda Brainstorm - Gray

Membership & Process/Outcome Report - Gray
Evaluator Research Agenda - Meyer
Human Capital Impacts of Serving as an IUCRC Director - Rivers & Gray
Case Studies of Successful, Self-Sustaining IUCRCs - McGowen


January 2011 Directors Conference Information

Boot camp for Center Start-Ups (Part I):

From Successful Planning Grant to Center Launch - DasGupta, Gray, Schwarzkopf, Sundstrom
Case Study I: Suresh Babu (1, 2, 3)
Case Study II: Kaufman & Collins

New Data Reporting and Retrieval System: Overview and Training Session - Sargent & Bearden
Supplemental Funding Options at NSF- Poats, Cheville & Senich

Pre-Session for Evaluators

Center Director Report Presentation - Gray
New Evaluator Roles and Responsibilities - McGowen

Pre-Session for Operations Personnel - Slocum, Sargent, & Bearden

Plenary Session 1:

NSF Perspective on Integrative Discovery and Innovation: The I/UCRC's Role - Feldman, Narayanan, DasGupta, Rodriguez
Electronic Evaluation (for Evaluators) - Sargent & Bearden
2011 Alexander Schwarzkopf Prize for Technological Innovation - Kiaei & Garimella

Successful MUC Site Marriages: Integrating and Maintaining New Site Relations - Greenberg, Sirkar, Kiaei, Volakis, Gray, & Scott

Membrane Science, Engineering, and Technology (MAST) Center - Greenberg & Sirkar
Connection One - Kiaei & Volakis
Enhancing Student Benefits and Outcomes: An Alumni Perspective - Gray & Scott
Role of IAB Meetings in Member Relations - Scarpello
I/UCRC Strategic Planning: Lessons Learned and Current Strategy at the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS) - Sundstrom, Combest, Winston, & Wittenauer

Plenary Session 2:

Promoting and Capitalizing on Knowledge / Technology Transfer and Commercialization - Hornak, Hariri, Hawkins, & Swartzel

Plenary Session 3:

Cooperative Research: A Global Perspective - Mook, McGarel, Somasundaran, & Lee
Operations Breakout : Update and Interactive Demonstration of Web Management Tools Created by the Center for Friction Stir Processing - Terpenny & Amert
Directors Roundtables:

Boot camp for Planning Grantees (Part 2): DasGupta & Scharzkopf
Working With Small Business Members - Greenberg
Marketing & Recruitment - Williams
International Opportunities - Mook & Rozgonyi
Proposal Preparation - Hornak

Evaluators Breakout
Meyers - IUCRC Publications and Research
Rivers & Gray - Career & Economic Impacts Projects

Operations Breakout: Update on Web Management Tools created by Friction Stir Processing - Slocum, Amert, & Terpenny


June 2010 Evaluators Conference Information

New Evaluator Orientation - Gray & Sundstrom
I/UCRC Program Update for Evaluators - DasGupta
Keynote Address: Understanding, Facilitating, and Evaluating Center-Based Team Science - Hall
Evaluator's Role in the I/UCRC Planning Grant Meeting - Meyer
Role of an I/UCRC Industry Member Representative - Scott & Meyer
Facilitating Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Relations with Low Meeting Attendance: Evaluators' Best Solutions for Virtual "Meetings" - Doering & Gray
Membership & Process / Outcome Report - Gray
Evaluator Research Agenda - Meyer
Graduated Centers Project: Predictors of Success - McGowen
Human Capital Implications of the Role of I/UCRC Director - Rivers


January 2010 Directors Conference Information

Boot camp for Planning Grantees - Gray, Logar, Frazier, Cunningham
Supplemental Funding Options at NSF - Poats
Pre-Session for Evaluators -

Evaluators Role: Phase III - Sundstrom
Evaluators Calendar - Gray
2008-2009 Center Director Structural Information Report - Gray

Pre-Session for Operations - Slocum & Brandt
Plenary Session 1: Welcome & NSF Program Update - DasGupta, Larsen, Peterson, Crawford, Rodriguez
Catalysts for Innovation DVD - Scott
Concurrent Sessions

Managing Your IAB Relationships - Greenberg, Haber, Garimella
Recruiting New Members, Large & Small - Koc, Zage, Huggins
Fostering Team Science at Multi-University I/UCRCs - Gamm, Logar, Goldfarb
Videoconferencing & Other Technology-based Tools to Enhance Communication - Slocum, Terpenny, Larkin

Plenary 2: The Emerging Innovation-focused S&T Policy - Boege, Kalil
Plenary 3: Emergent Industrial R&D Strategies for the Economic Recovery: The Importance of I/U Cooperation - Fox
Evaluators Breakout

Impact of I/UCRC Directorship on Career Paths & Achievement - Rivers & Gray
I/UCRCs Post-Graduation Success: Brief Project Update - McGowen & Gray
Evaluator Research Agenda - Meyer
I/UCRC Literature Themes - Meyer
Plans for the June I/UCRC Evaluators Meeting - Sundstrom


June 2009 Evaluators Conference Information

NSF I/UCRC Program Update
Keynote: Gretchen Jordan
Exit Interview Project
LIFE form Project
I/UCRC Program Success Stories:

Evaluator's Report Success Story
I/UCRC Grantee Research Highlight

Membership & Process / Outcome Report Presentation
Graduated I/UCRCs: Factors in Success After NSF Funding
Recruitment Study: Findings & Implications for Successful Recruiting


January 2009 Directors Conference Information (PDF)

NSF Program Updates - Kesh & Babu
Supplemental Funding Options at NSF - Poats & Emig
How to Manage a Successful Planning Grant - Abata & Fitz-Coy
Recruiting Member Companies: An Inside View of Firm Decision Making - Rivers, Witter & Sheridan
Research Planning and Decision Making - Haber, Greenberg & Lee
Meeting the Challenge of Self-sufficiency - McGowen, McGarel, & Matlock
Promoting I/UCRC Best Practices - Arbegast & Terpenny
The Hybrid I/UCRC: Different Models Different Challenges - Hornak, Kiaei, & Pepper
Federal R&D: A Post-election Perspective - Sargent
I/UCRC Exit Interview Project - Meyer
Center Director Report Update - Gray


June 2008 Evaluators Conference Information (PDF)

Membership Report & Process/Outcome Report Presentation
Santoro: "Inside the Black Box of Industry-University Research Center Relationships: Key Factors and Lessons Learned"
Portable LIFE Tutorial
Meyer & Scott: Exit Interview Project
Scott: Evaluator Best Practices - Quant & Qual Data
I/UCRC Evaluator Protocol Update
McGowen: Graduated Center Study Update
Gray & Rivers: Factors Predicting Industry Decisions to Join Research Consortia


Jan 2008 Directors Conference Information (PDF)

Directors Pre-Session: How to Make the Most of Your Planning Grand Meeting:

Larry Gamm's Presentation
Behnam Pourdeyhimi's Presentation

Wane Johnson: An Industrial Perspective on Cooperative Research: Emerging Trends and Issues
Bill Arbegast: A Case Study: Managing the Center Research Portfolio
Evaluator Research Reports:

2006-2007 Center Director Report Presentation
Gray & Rivers: I/UCRC Member Recruiting Study
Lindsey McGowen: Graduated I/UCRC Study
Andrea Lloyd: Inter-University Partnership Study


June 2007 Conference Information (PDF)

Meeting Overview
Membership Report & Process/Outcome Report Presentation
Evaluator Protocol for I/UCRCs
LIFE Form Online: Options, Processes & Practices
Student Evaluations Study: Findings & Implications for Evaluation
Recruitment Study - Findings & Implications for Successful Recruiting
Graduated I/UCRCs: Factors in Success After NSF Funding
Evaluator Research Agenda & Proposal for Future Project: Exit Interviews
Evaluator Pay: Current Status & Issues Going Forward

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Publications

Please notify the I/UCRC Evaluation Team if you have additional entries:

Becker, A. (1984). A guide to Industry-University Cooperative Research Center planning meetings. Chicago: Ann Becker & Associates, Inc.

Behrens (Gidley), T.R. (l986). University/Industry cooperative research centers: An empirical investigation of theoretical and operational relations. Unpublished master's thesis. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

Behrens (Gidley), T.R. (1989). Industry funded research and graduate engineering education: A national survey of chemical and electrical engineering students. Unpublished doctoral thesis. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University.

Behrens (Gidley), T.R. & Gray, D.O. (1998). Cooperative research and academic freedom: An empirical assessment of the impact of industry sponsorship on graduate student outcomes [abstract]. In Leydesdorff, L. & Etzkowitz, H. (Eds). A triple helix of university-industry-government relations: The future location of research? (pp. 33-35). Purchase, NY: Science Policy Institute.

Behrens (Gidley), T.R. & Gray, D.O. (2001). Unintended consequences of cooperative research: Impact of industry sponsorship on climate for academic freedom and other graduate student outcomes. Research Policy, 30(2), 179-199.

Boardman, C. & Gray, D.O. (2010). The new science and engineering management: Cooperative research centers as government policies, industry strategies, and organizations. Journal of Technology Transfer, 35: 445-459.

Bryant, J.L. (2008). Effects of leader relationship quality (LMX), supervisor support, and upward influence in National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. Dissertation submitted to Old dominion University.

Burger, R., Cole, S., & Burnett, Jr., C. (1982). Analysis of the NSF's university-industry cooperative research centers experiment: An effort to stimulate university-industry cooperative research in solving R&D problems in American industry. In R. M. Colton (Ed.), Analyses of five NSF experiments to stimulate increased technological innovation in the private sector. Washington D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Coberly, B.M. & Gray, D.O. (2010). Cooperative research centers and faculty satisfaction: A multi-level predictive analysis. Journal of Technology Transfer, 35: 547-565.

Coberly (Meagher), B.M. (2002). Faculty outcomes from industry-university collaboration. Unpublished master's thesis. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

Coberly (Meagher), B.M. (2004). Faculty satisfaction and organizational commitment with industry-university research centers. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

Coberly, B. & Gray, D.O. (2005, May). Faculty satisfaction and organizational commitment with Industry-University Research Centers. Triple Helix5, Capitalization of Knowledge: Cognitive, economic, social and cultural aspects, Turin, Italy.

Colton , R.M. (1982). Analyses of five NSF experiments to stimulate increased technological innovation in the private sector. Washington D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Craig, B., Hess, C. McGinnis, J.L., & Gray, D.O. (2009). Leadership in university-based cooperative research centers: A qualitative investigation of performance dimensions. Industry and Higher Education, 23, 367-377.

Davis, D. & Bryant, J.L. (2010). Leader-member exchange, trust, and performance in National science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. Journal of Technology Transfer, 35: 511-526.

Davis, D. & Bryant, J.L. (in press). Leader-member exchange, trust, and performance in National science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Davis, D. & Bryant, J.L. (2009). Trust and leadership (LMX) in National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Eveland, J.D. (1985). Communication networks in university/industry cooperative research centers. Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Eveland, J.D., & Hetzner, W.A. (1982). University/Industry cooperative research centers: Dimensions of initial development. San Diego, CA: National Science Foundation.

Eveland, J.D., Hetzner, W.A., & Tornatzky, L. (1984). Development of university-industry cooperative research centers: Historical profiles. Washington D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Furino, A. (Ed.) (1988). Cooperation and Competition in the Global Economy: Issues and Strategies: Overview/Emerging Policies and Strategies. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co.

Geisler, E. (2001). Explaining the generation and performance of inter-sector technology cooperation: A review of the literature. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 13(2), 195-206.

Geisler, E. & Gellman, A. (2000). Commercialization and utilization of technology in transportation: Where we stand. International Journal of Services Technology and Management, 1(2-3), 118-139.

Geisler, E. (2000). The Metrics of Science and Technology. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Geisler, E. & Drago, W. (1996). Managing professionals in interorganizational cooperative research alliances. Engineering Management Journal, 8(4), 43-50.

Geisler, E. (1995). Industry-university technology cooperation: A theory of inter-organizational relationships. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 7(2), 217-229.

Geisler, E., Furino, A., & Kiresuk, T.J. (1991). Toward a conceptual model of cooperative research: Patterns of development and success in university-industry alliances. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 38(2),136-145.

Geisler, E., Furino, A., Kiresuk,T.J. (1990). Factors in the success or failure of Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers. Interfaces, 20(6), 99-109.

Goodridge, L., Keef, K. (1991). An investigation of structural design factors related to the increased efficacy and economic benefits of Tie arrangements between I/UCRCs having NSF funding. Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Goodridge, L.E. & Keef, K. (1989). An investigation of the structural factors influencing the efficacy and economic benefits of Tied I/UCRCs having NSF funding. Unpublished technical report, Alfred University, Alfred, N.Y.

Gray, D.O. (1987, April). Design of university-industry linkages: An empirical approach. Presented at the Southern Sectional Meeting of the Society of Research Administrators, Mobile, Alabama.

Gray, D.O. (1987, October). Using science and technology to promote economic development: Lessons from the U.S. experience. Invited address presented at the Puerto Rico Scientific and Community Development Committee Conference: Using Science and Technology for Economic Development: Bookstrap II, San Juan, P.R.

Gray, D.O. (1987, October). Evaluating industry-university initiatives. Invited presentation as part of "Select Roundtable: Evaluating university-industry cooperation in research and technology transfer," sponsored by the Business-Higher Education Forum (in affiliation with American Council on Education), Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.

Gray, D.O. (1988, February). Evaluating industry-university research centers: Grading the new science and technology policy. Presented as part of a symposium "Science, Engineering and Technology Centers: Policy Issues and Future Directions" at the 1988 National Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Boston, Massachusetts.

Gray, D.O. (1990, June). The industry-University Cooperative Research Centers Program: An update and discussion of issues for the 90s. Paper presented at the Digital Equipment Corporation's 1990 Technology Exchange Institute for Engineering Deans, Westford, MA.

Gray, D.O. (1992). Incubators and commercial technology transfer systems in the United States. Proceedings of a Joint U.S.-Malaysia Conference on Innovation and Commercialization of Research. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: SIRIM.

Gray, D.O. (1992, September). When government funding ends: Managing the self-sustaining consortium. Paper presented at the Joint National Meeting of the Institute of Management Sciences and the Operations Research Society of America., Orlando, Fla.

Gray, D.O. (1993). Evaluation and evaluation lessons from the National Science Foundation's IUCRC Program: Implications for developing and emerging market economy countries. Proceedings of the International Congress of Engineering Deans and Industry Leaders (pp. 85-96). Paris, France: United Nations Economic, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Gray, D.O. (1993, June). Evaluation methods and technology transfer . Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Technology Transfer Society, Ann Arbor, MI.

Gray, D.O. (1993, June). Technology transfer tools: IUCRC evaluation protocol. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Technology Transfer Society, Ann Arbor, MI.

Gray, D.O. (1993, September). Cooperative research in the U.S.: Lessons from the National Science Foundation's IUCRC Program. Invited presentation at the Academia de la Investigacion Cientifica and National Academy of Sciences-sponsored meeting on Technological Aspects of Industrial Modernization in Mexico, Cuernevaca, Mexico;

Gray, D.O. (1994, January). Industry-University cooperative research centers: An evaluation perspective. Invited presentation at the National Science Foundation-sponsored meeting, Future Directions for Multimember Research Collaborations: The Best Path for Industrial Research? Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (1994, October). Government-Industry-University Cooperation: An International Perspective. Invited presentation at the Ministry of Food Affairs National Workshop, Industry-University-Government Partnerships in the Food Industry, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Gray, D.O. (1995, November). Exploring new models of Federal support for research and development. Invited panelist, Congressional Research Service Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Gray, D.O. (1996, November). A successful model of industry-university cooperation: NSF-sponsored Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers. Invited keynote address at Industrial Research Institute, Government-University-Industry Roundtable and Council on Competitiveness-sponsored Workshop on Industry-University Research Collaborations, Durham, NC.

Gray, D.O. (1996, October). University-industry cooperation: The federal role. Invited presentation at a conference, Collaborations and Partnerships 1996: A Summit for our Nation's Leading Research Universities, Durham, NC.

Gray, D.O. (1997). Establishing system-wide evaluations: Program-centered evaluation and the National Science Foundation's Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers. In P. Shapira & J. Youtie (Eds.), Manufacturing Modernization: Learning from evaluation practices and results (pp. 241-250). Atlanta: GA: Georgia Tech University. Also published as: Gray, D.O. (1997). National Science Foundation's Industry-University Cooperative Research Center Evaluation: A program-centered approach. In S. Rood (Ed.), Technology Transfer: How do we know what works? (pp. 147-159) Washington, DC: National Technology Transfer Center. [Also disseminated electronically]

Gray, D.O. (1997). Establishing system-wide evaluations: Program-centered evaluation and the National Science Foundation's Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers. In Shapira, P. & Youtie, J. (Eds.), Manufacturing Modernization: Learning from evaluation practices and results. Atlanta: GA: Georgia Tech University.

Gray, D.O. (1997). National Science Foundation's Industry-University Cooperative Research Center Evaluation: A program-centered approach. In Rood, S. (Ed.), Technology Transfer: How do we know what works? Washington, DC: National Technology Transfer Center.

Gray, D.O. (1997, February). Federal role in science and technology. Invited presentation, U.S. Senate Roundtable Caucus on Science and Technology, Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (1997, October). Innovation, technology and the community psychologist. Moderator paper session. Southeastern Eco-Community Psychology Conference. Reidsville, NC.

Gray, D.O. (1997, September). Overcoming cultural barriers to academic-industrial collaboration. Invited presentation, American Association for the Advancement of Science Leadership Conference, Vergennes, VT.

Gray, D.O. (1998, September). State science and technology programs: Getting performance from evaluation. Invited presentation, Performance Measurement: Measuring for Success Workshop, State Science and Technology Institute Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

Gray, D.O. (2000, April). Predicting and Enhancing Industrial Commitment and Benefits: An Evolving Program of Research on Industrial Involvement in Cooperative Research Centers. Paper presented at “Rio 2000, Third ‘Triple Helix’ International Conference on Industry-University-Government Interaction, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Gray, D.O. (2000, February). Evaluating NSF Cooperative research centers using performer-centered methodology. Paper presented as part of a panel, “Managing innovation: Early adopters of R&D Performance Measurement Systems”, at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (2001, June). Technology Transfer Research: Implications for Dissemination of Social Programs. American Psychological Association, Public Interest Directorate Workshop, Going to Scale: Multisector Models of Dissemination. Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (2001, October). Understanding Industry University Cooperation: A Systems Perspective. Paper presented as part of a panel “Factors Affecting Knowledge Transfer Between Academia and Industry” at the Society for the Social Study of Science (SSSS) National Conference, Boston, MA.

Gray, D.O. (2002, October). Unintended consequences of cooperative research: Do we know enough? Invited paper presented at the U. of Toronto’s 175th Anniversary Symposium, Creating Knowledge, Strengthening Nations: The Changing Role of Higher Education.

Gray, D.O. (2002, November). Industrial recruitment and retention in cooperative research centers: Lessons Learned. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centers Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (2002, November). The entrepreneurial university: Models and experiences. Invited paper presented at the Fourth Triple Helix International Conference on Industry-University-Government Cooperation, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Gray, D.O. (2003, August). Enhancing knowledge transfer in Science and Technology Centers (STC): Implications of the Innovation Process. Invited talk, presented to the National Science Foundation STC Directors Meeting, University of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA.

Gray, D.O. (2003, September). Research on Industry-University Centers: Comments on the “State-of –the Art” and some highlights of an alternative model of evaluation. Invited talk, presented at Georgia Technological Institute, Public Policy Program Seminar Series, Atlanta, GA.

Gray, D.O. (2004, March). Best practices, model programs, and state policy. As part of a panel, Deploying the Assets of Post-Secondary Education for the Economic Development of North Carolina, Carolina Seminar on Economic Development: After the Factories: What’s the economic development model of North Carolina in the 21st Century, Chapel Hill, NC. [The other presenters on this panel were Dr. John Bardo, Chancellor Western Carolina University and J.B. Milliken, recently appointed President, University of Nebraska.

Gray, D.O. (2004, November). Looking inside the research center “black box”: Research strategies for understanding why and how some center stakeholders perform better than others. Paper presented as part of a panel, Centers evaluation: Challenges and methodological approaches, at American Evaluation Association Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Gray, D.O. (2005, February). External Stakeholders: If you build it they will come, but will they stay. Invited Presentation, EPSCoR University Research Leadership Retreat on Centers Development. Sponsored by the EPSCoR Centers Development Initiative (CDI), Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (2005, February). What’s innovation got to do with it? Theory, research and action for educational change. Invited presentation, Friday Forum, sponsored by the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, NC State University, Raleigh, NC. [This is showcase seminar series sponsored by the Friday Institute; other speakers for the series have included Molly Broad, President, UNC System, David Imig, President and Chief Executive Office, American Association of Colleges of Teacher, Dr. Richard Florida, Professor, George Mason University and author of “The Creative Class”.]

Gray, D.O. (2005, March). Dissemination and social change: An innovation studies perspective. Invited presentation, Board of Directors Meeting, WT Grant Foundation, NY, NY.

Gray, D.O. (2005, May). Industry, University, Government Transactions: Why some centers and center stakeholders perform better than others. Invited presentation, Annual Meeting of the Licensing Executives Society, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Gray, D.O. (2005, May). Innovation U: The relevance and limitations of a U.S. technology development model for EU. Invited address presented to Forfas (National Policy Advisory Board for Enterprise, Trade, Science, Technology and Innovation for Ireland), Dublin, Ireland. [A version of this talk was also given at a seminar sponsored by the Innovation Studies Center, Imperial College, London, UK]

Gray, D.O. (2005, November). Connecting the Dots on IP, Creativity and Innovation. Invited panelist, UNC Symposium on Intellectual Property/Creativity and the Innovation Process. Co-Sponsored by the UNC President’s Office and Red Hat Inc., Chapel Hill, NC. [This was the concluding session of the symposium, other panelists were President Molly Broad, UNC System, Matthew Szulik, CEO Red Hat.]

Gray, D.O. (2005, November). University and industry collaboration: Where Bayh-Dole has led us and where we need to go next. Moderator, UNC Symposium on Intellectual Property/Creativity and the Innovation Process. Co-Sponsored by the UNC President’s Office and Red Hat Inc., Chapel Hill, NC.

Gray, D.O. (2005, September). Commercialisation in the ACT – The role of partnerships in commercializing research and development. Moderator plenary panel, Australasian Research Management Society Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Gray, D.O. (2005, September). Innovation U: The relevance and limitations of a U.S technology development model for Australia. Invited presentation, New South Wales Ministry for Science and Medical Research, Sydney, Australia. [A version of this presentation was also given to NSW Dept of State and Regional Development, Sydney Australia; Canberra Business Council, Canberra, Australia; Ministry of Science and Technology, Australian Capital Territory, Australia; Research Council, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia].

Gray, D.O. (2005, September). Oiling the wheels of change: Toward an “innovation systems” quality framework. Invited keynote address presented at the Australasian Research Management Society Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Gray, D.O. (2006, September). Debating the benefits and costs of industry research on academe. Invited presentation, Anniversary Conference Science Policy Research Unit, Sussex University, Sussex, UK.

Gray, D.O. (2007, February). Team Science: Analyzing the Interactions and Outcomes. In a symposium, Issues in Team Science, American Association for the Advancement of Sciences Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Gray, D.O. (2007, October). Organizer and moderator paper presented as part of a session, Looking Inside the Research Center “Black Box”: Using Evaluation Research to Promote Organizational Effectiveness of Scientific Research Centers at the Evaluation 2007: Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, Baltimore, MD.

Gray, D.O. (2008). Making team science better: Applying improvement-oriented evaluation principles to evaluation of cooperative research centers. New Directions for Evaluation, No. 118.

Gray, D.O. (2009, March). Centers, universities and the scientific innovation ecology: Organizational issues. Paper presented at Centers, universities and the scientific innovation ecology: A workshop co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia, Washington, DC.

Gray, D.O. (2009, May). Looking inside the black box of cooperative research centers and team science: Policy and program implications. Invited presentation delivered at the Science and Technology Studies Seminar Series, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.

Gray, D.O. (in press). An Analysis of Cross Sector Collaboration and the Role of Cooperative Research Centers in the US. Accepted for presentation at the Cross-sector Collaboration (CSC) in National Innovation Systems: Understanding the Impact of Policy and Practice, a Workshop sponsored by the Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados (IESA) and Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Cordoba, Spain.

Gray, D.O. Behrens (Gidley), T. R. & Oldsman, E. (1997) Industry-university linkage mechanisms in the United States [abstract]. In Brimble, P. (Ed), Modalities of University-Industry Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Region (pp. 136-141). Bangkok, Thailand: Ministry of University Affairs. [Full papers were disseminated electronically]

Gray, D.O. and Gidley (Behrens), T.R. (1987). Evaluation of the NSF University-Industry Cooperative Research Centers: Descriptive and correlative findings. (Report P.T. 34,04 K.W. 1000000 0600000) Washington, DC: National Science Foundation.

Gray, D.O., Gidley (Behrens), T.R., & Koester, N.H. (1988). Evaluation of the NSF Industry/ University Cooperative Research Centers : Longitudinal Analyses of Outcome and Process (Report No. PT 04 KW 1107000). Washington. DC: National Science Foundation.

Gray, D.O., Hetzner, W., Eveland, J.D., and Gidley (Behrens), T.R. (1986). NSF's Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers Program and the innovation process: Evaluation-based lessons. In Gray, D.O., Solomon, T., Hetzner, W. (Eds.), Technological innovation: Strategies for a new partnership (pp. 175-193). Amsterdam: North Holland, Series in Management Sciences and Systems.

Gray, D.O., Johnson, E., and Gidley (Behrens), T.R. (1984, May). A comparison of two models of cooperative science. Presented at the 1984 Conference on Industrial Science and Technological Innovation, Raleigh, NC.

Gray, D.O., Johnson, E., and Gidley (Behrens), T.R. (1985, October). An empirical evaluation of two federally funded models of industry-university cooperation. Paper presented as part of a symposium, "Evaluation of federal research, development and innovation programs - great expectations and harsh realities," held at the Evaluation Research Society Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Gray, D.O., Johnson, E., and Gidley (Behrens), T.R. (1986). Industry-university projects and centers: An empirical comparison of two federally funded models of cooperative science. Evaluation Review, 10(6), 776-793.

Gray, D.O., Johnson, E., Gidley, T. (1987). Industry-University projects and centers: An empirical comparison of two federally funded models of cooperative science. Evaluation Review, 10, 776-793.

Gray, D.O. and Koester, N. (Eds.) (1985). Proceedings of the 1984 National Science Foundation Conference on Industrial Science and Technological Innovation: Converting U.S. scientific leadership into technological leadership. (Vol. 4). Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina State University.

Gray, D.O. & Koester, N. (September, 1988). Working with Universities: Advice to industry executives. Invited panel presentation, "Collaborating Effectively: Lessons Learned" at the AAAS Conference on the New Dynamics of R&D in the Private Sector: Traditional-Industries -- Innovative Research Approaches, Chicago, IL.

Gray, D.O., Lord, V. , and Gidley, T. (1984, October). University/Industry Research Centers. Lessons for local applications. Presented as part of a panel "University-Industry research association: Is there a role for state and local governments?" at Southeastern Conference for Public Administration, Tallahassee, Florida.

Gray, D.O., Lord, V., and Gidley, T. (1984, September). An organizational context for university, industry and governmental cooperation: Lessons from the Center for Communications and Signal Processing at NCSU. Presented at the Fifth Annual Urban Affairs Conference of the University of North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Gray, D.O., Rudolph, J. and Lindblad, M. (2000, June). Predicting Retention of Cooperative Research Center Sponsors: The Role of Organizational and Other Factors. Paper presented at the Purdue University Workshop on Organizational Issues and Industry-University Cooperation, West Lafayette, IN.

Gray, D.O., Rudolph, J. and Lindblad, M. (2001). Industry-university research centers: A multivariate analysis of member retention. Journal of Technology Transfer, 26(3), 247-254.

Gray, D.O. (2000). Government-sponsored industry-university cooperative research: An analysis of cooperative research center evaluation approaches. Research Evaluation, 9(1), 57-67.

Gray, D.O., Solomon, T., Hetzner, W. (Eds.) (1986). Technological innovation: Strategies for a new partnership. Amsterdam, Netherlands: North-Holland, Series in Management Sciences and Systems.

Gray, D.O. & Gidley, T. (March, 1987). Leveraging innovation via industry-university research centers: Good news and bad news. Invited address for the Seminar Series, Center for Social and Economic Issues, Industrial Technology Institute, Ann Arbor, MI.

Gray, D.O. & Plosila, W. (1991). State/National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRC): Research and policy rationale for a new model of cooperation.[abstract] Technology Management: The New International Language; Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (pp 587), Portland, OR: Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Gray, D.O. & Rivers, D. (2005, September). Cooperative research and technology transfer: The role of marketing practices in firm memberships. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Technology Transfer Society, Kansas City, Missouri.

Gray, D.O. & Rivers, D. (2007, October). Who will join and who will decline: An analysis of factors influencing a firm's decisions to join cooperative research centers. Paper presented in a session Collaborative Structures in Universities at the Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation Policy 2007, Atlanta, GA.

Gray, D.O. & Rivers, D. (2008). Who will join and who will decline: An analysis of factors influencing a firm's decisions to join cooperative research centers [abstract]. Proceedings of Atlanta Conference on Science Technology and Innovation Policy and the IEEE Electronic Library, Atlanta, GA.

Gray, D.O. & Rivers, D. (2009, June). Toward a business model for industrial participation in cooperative research centers. Paper presented at the International Triple Helix Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Gray, D.O. & Smith, G. (1982, October). Program evaluator as proxy administrator. As part of a symposium: "Cooperative Research Centers: A multi-site interdisciplinary process and outcome evaluation." Presented at Evaluation Research Society, Baltimore, Maryland.

Gray, D.O. & Steenhuis, H.J. (November, 2002) Industry Participation in Cooperative Research Centers: Development of Cost Avoidance and Cost Savings Indicators. Paper presented at the Fourth Triple Helix International Conference on Industry-University-Government Cooperation, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Gray, D.O. & Steenhuis, H. (2003). Quantifying the benefits of participating in an industry university research center: An examination of research cost avoidance. Scientometrics, 58(2), 281-300.

Gray, D. O., Stewart, M., Gidley (Behrens), T.R., and Blakley, C.S. (1991). Self-sustaining industry-university centers: Is there life after NSF funding? Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation.

Gray, D.O. & Sundstrom, E. (2009). Multi-level evaluation of cooperative research centers: Team science in service of team science. Paper presented at the 7th Triple Helix International Scientific Conference, Glasgow; Scotland; UK; June 17-19, 2009.

Gray, D.& Sundstrom, E. (2010). When Triple Helix Unravels: Learning from failure in case studies of industry-university cooperative research centers. Presented at the Triple Helix International Conference on Industry, University and Government Interaction, Madrid, Spain.

Gray, D.O., Sundstrom, E., Tornatzky, L., & McGowen, L. When Triple Helix unravels: A multi-case analysis of failures in industry-university cooperative research centers. Industry & Higher Education, 25(5), p. 33-345.

Gray, D.O. & Walters. G. (1993, June). Beginning NSF’s IUCRC Program’s third decade: Lessons from a program that works. Invited presentation to the UNESCO-sponsored International Congress of Engineering Deans and Industry Leaders, Paris, France.

Gray, D.O. & Walters, S.G. (1998). Managing the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center: A Guide for Directors and Other Stakeholders.  Columbus, OH: Battalle.

Hayton, J.C., Sehili, S. & Scarpello, V. (2010). Why do firms join consortial research centers? An empirical examination of firm, industry and environmental antecedents. Journal of Technology Transfer, 35: 494-510.

Hetzner, W.A., Gidley (Behrens), T.R., & Gray, D.O. (1989). Cooperative research and rising expectations: Lessons from NSF’s Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. Technology in Society, 11(3), 335-345.

Johnson, E. & Tornatzky, L.G. (1981). Academia and industrial innovation. In G. Gold(Ed.) Business and education: Towards new alliances. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Kingon, A.I. Markham, S. Jeck, J., Dickson, G., Baumer, D. Zapata, M., & Gray, D.O. (1997). The Technology, Education and Commercialization (TEC) Program: A new method for enhancing university-industry interactions. Brimble, P. (Ed), Modalities of University-Industry Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation: Case Studies (pp. 143). Bangkok, Thailand: Ministry of University Affairs.

Maugh,T.H. (1985). Technology centers unite industry and academia. High Technology, 5(10), 48-52.

McGowen, L. & Gray, D.O. (2008, November). Predictors of cooperative research center post-graduation survival and success. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

McGowen, L. & Gray, D.O. (2009, October). R, T &D in context: Evaluating the indirect effects of self-sustaining cooperative research centers. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

McGowen, L.C. (2010). Predictors of cooperative research center post-graduation survival and success. Unpublished master's thesis. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

McGowen, L.C. (2010). Predictors of cooperative research center post-graduation survival and success. Paper presented at the Triple Helix International Conference on Industry, University and Government Interaction, Madrid, Spain.

Meagher, B.M. & Gray, D.O. (November, 2002). Faculty Outcomes from Industry-University Collaboration: A Multivariate Predictive Study. Paper presented at the Fourth Triple Helix International Conference on Industry-University-Government Cooperation, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Meyer, D.C. & Scott, C.S. (2009). Understanding the value of Industry/University Cooperative research Center (I/UCRC) sponsor exit interviews: Data collection, analysis, and evaluation. Unpublished technical report to NSF. Boise State University, Boise, ID.

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Rivers, D. & Gray, D.O. (2008, October). To join or not to join a university-based cooperative research center: A qualitative analysis of firm decision processes and criteria. Paper Presented at the Technology Transfer Society Annual Meeting, Albany, NY.

Rivers, D. & Gray, D.O. (2009, October). A path model of organizational decision-making on membership in university-based research consortia. Paper presented at the Technology Transfer Society Meeting, Greensboro, NC.

Rivers, D. & Grad, D.O. (2013). Evaluating Cooperative Research centers: A strategy for assessing proximal and distal outcomes and associated economic impacts. Link, A.N. & Vonortas, N.S. (Eds.). Handbook on the theory and practice of program evaluation. Elgar Publishing, Herndon, VA.

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Santoro, M. & Chakrabarti, A. (1999). Building industry-university research centers: Some strategic considerations. International Journal of Management Reviews, 1(3), 225-244.

Santoro, M. (2000). Success breeds success: The linkage between relationship intensity and tangible outcomes in industry-university collaborative ventures. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 11(2), 255-273.

Santoro, M. & Gopalakrishnan, S. (2000). The institutionalization of knowledge transfer activities within industry-university collaborative ventures. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 17(3-4), 299-319.

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Schneider, J. (2007). A multivariate study of graduate student satisfaction and other outcomes within cooperative research centers. Unpublished master's thesis. Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

Schwartz, S., Gray, D.O., Giles, J. (1997). Cooperative partnership initiative between the Center for Aseptic Processing and Packaging Studies North Carolina State University and Institute Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia. Brimble, P. (Ed), Modalities of University-Industry Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation: Case Studies (pp. 144). Bangkok, Thailand: Ministry of University Affairs.

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Scott, C.S., Schaad, D.C., & Brock, D.M. (1993). Educational outcomes of the Industry/University Cooperative Research Program: A Follow-up assessment of graduate students. Proceedings of the International Congress of Engineering Deans and Industry Leaders. Paris, France: UNESCO.

Scott, C.S. (1994) Understanding technology transfer in NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers: Interview transcripts and aggregated descriptive statistics. Unpublished technical report submitted to NSF. University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Steenhuis, H. & Gray, D.O (2007, April). Can patent donations contribute to economic development: Track record before and after a change in the tax code. Paper presented at Triple Helix6, International Conference on Industry-University-Government Interaction, Emerging Models For The Entrepreneurial University: Regional Diversities Or Global Convergence, Singapore.

Steenhuis, H. & Gray, D.O. (2007, May). Working with industry: a conceptual model with examples. Paper presented at the 2006 Production Operations Society, Dallas, TX.

Steenhuis, H.J. & Gray, D.O. (2006). The university as the engine of growth: An analysis of how universities can contribute to the economy. International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation , 5(4), 421-432.

Steenhuis, H.J. & Gray, D.O. (2006). Cooperative research and technology dynamics: The role of research strategy development in NSF Science and Technology Centres. International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation , 5(1-2), 56-78.

Steenhuis, H. & Gray, D.O. (2005). Strategic decision making in public funded innovative organizations: An exploratory study. International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 4(2), 127-147.

Sundstrom, E. (2009). Team science in cooperative research centers: Emerging research agenda. Paper presented at the 7th Triple helix international Scientific Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, UK; June 17-19, 2009.

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Sundstrom, E. & Gray, D.O. (2010). Fostering Team Science: Innovative leadership practices in NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers. Paper presented at the International Triple Helix Conference, Madrid, Spain.

Swartzel, K.R. & Gray, D.O. (1988). Industry-University cooperative research in agriculture and food science: North Carolina State University's Center for Aseptic Processing and Packaging Studies. Food Technology, 42, 96-98.

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Tornatzky, L.G., Gray, D.O., Tarant, S. & Howe, J. (1998). Maine’s science and engineering brain drain: How much and why? Maine Policy Review, 7, 44-49.

Tornatzky, L.G., Waugaman, P.G. & Gray, D.O. (2000, June). Benchmarking cooperative research activities: Methodology and findings. Paper presented at the Purdue University Workshop on Organizational Issues and Industry-University Cooperation, West Lafayette, IN.

Tornatzky, L.G., Waugaman, P.G., & Gray, D.O. (1999, November). Rewards, Culture, Organization and University-Industry Technology Transfer. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) annual meeting, Organe Beach, Alabama.

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