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Research Integrity Office
** Announcement: Research Integrity Survey **
Research Integrity Survey
The Research Integrity Office is looking for UMB campus members to take part in a survey that will
- Assist in developing training and education opportunities
- Provide information on how we can continue fostering an environment of research integrity within University settings.
The survey will take 20-30 minutes of your time. Please go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UMBResearchMisconduct to participate.
Please contact Sarah N. Archibald, Research Integrity Officer, at email@example.com or 410-706-0149 if you have any questions or concerns.
As noted in the USM on Guidelines for Policies and Procedures relating to allegations of Misconduct in scholarly Work, “The inherent requirement for integrity in the quest for knowledge and in the creation of scholarly and artistic works is fundamental to the academic purpose. Deviations from the proper conduct of scholarly work erode the public's confidence in scholarship and in institutions of higher education” (Section III – 1.10 – 1).
The Research Integrity Office serves UMB by providing education/training and investigative services to the campus community on Research Integrity, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), and Research Misconduct.
Research Integrity and RCR
Guidance and resources concerning Research Integrity and RCR including specific requirements and information for Faculty, Staff, Students, and Post Docs.
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Use the link below to view previous Seminars and see what Seminars are upcoming.
Recorded Past Events
Presenters: Dr. Sarah Archibald and Dr. Stephan Vigues