Julie Simpson, Ph.D., Director of Research Integrity Services (RIS) at UNH presents, "Research Integrity". This talk will be held on Friday, September 13th, 3pm, at Chase Ocean Engineering Lab, Room 105.
he integrity of scientific research is fundamental to the advancement of knowledge and to public confidence and trust in science. Trust is at the core of research, and as the research enterprise becomes more complex and the challenges of the changing research environment grow, trust becomes paramount. Integrity of research is based on science’s core values; from these values stem expectations and norms that define rigorous and responsible research. This presentation will provide an overview of research integrity, highlight a few selected issues/topics, review the components of UNH’s Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship Program, and identify available resources.