Responsible Conduct of Research
Federal regulations define research misconduct as “fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism in proposing, performing, or reviewing research, or in reporting research results.” Faculty, staff, and students of KSU are expected to conform to the highest ethical and legal standards in research and creative activities. The scholarly misconduct policy is located in the KSU University Handbook.
KSU Policy on RCR Training for Students Paid with NSF Funds
KSU students (undergraduate and graduate) must complete the CITI online Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training for their respective discipline. PIs need to forward the curriculum completion report to their grants manager who will forward the paperwork to HR. No student will be approved for hire without verification of this training.
In addition to this online training, students will complete a face-to-face training segment with the faculty member under whose direction they are conducting research. Office of Research staff will work with the faculty member on this segment. Possibilities include having students read On Being a Scientist or The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and then discuss the reading with their faculty member. Office of Research staff will follow-up with the faculty member on this face-to-face training.CITI Instructions - Registration and RCR Course Selection (PDF)
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Click here for the Guidelines and Policies for the Conduct of Research in the Intramural Program at NIH.