It is our pleasure at Elite Research to announce our new partnership with the Information Research and Analysis (IRA) Lab at UNT. The mission of the IRA Lab is to advance best practices in research and analysis methods as well as to facilitate the interdisciplinary research endeavors of the faculty, staff, and students within the College of Information (COI). However, the IRA Lab extends its reach beyond COI by offering fee-based services to nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
As a community initiative, and with the goal of helping to support local university research and graduate student opportunities, Elite Research approached UNT in June of 2012. The IRA Lab at UNT accepted this effort, and formally began a partnership with Elite Research in order to improve their own research as well as make connections in the industry. Dr. Kim Nimon, director of the IRA Lab was delighted to make this connection, “We are committed to bridging the gap between research and practice and offering our clients the best practices available. Through Elite Research’s partnership, we have the opportunity to augment our services by connecting students, faculty, and staff to Elite Research’s analysis and data interpretations services. Our partnership with Elite Research also provides needed financial support that helps funds the IRA Lab’s graduate student position.”
Part of Elite Research’s mission is to assist and educate researchers in proper research methods and statistical analysis. According to Dr. Rene Paulson, president of Elite Research, “To be able to enrich the education of faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students through statistics and research is our whole mission. Who wouldn’t be excited?” Elite Research provides support globally to faculty and students, helping to educate, help, and provide extra support where needed.
Elite Research launched their community initiative in 2012. If an organization is interested in learning more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:consulting@