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Misconduct

What is Research Misconduct?

Research misconduct is defined as the fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices that seriously deviate from those commonly accepted within the academic community for proposing, conducting, and reporting on research.

Read the full Misconduct Policy and find more information on the Office of Research Integrity website here.

Who to Contact

To ask a question, receive guidance, or report a violation related to research misconduct, contact a representative from the list below. All are trained and ready to help. 

You can also visit EthicsPoint, or call the hotline, to ask a question or submit a report. 

Office for Research Integrity

Lauran Qualkenbush, Director

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