Research Integrity

It is a responsibility of every staff scientist and engineer to behave ethically and have a consistent understanding of, and commitment to, integrity in research. DDST has developed a 90 min class on Research Integrity that covers: best research practices, Lab policies and resources, current examples of research misconduct, and an open discussion on examples of integrity in research.

The objective of this course is to make sure that our staff scientists and engineers acquire the knowledge to make sound judgements and practice high ethical standards that prevent mistakes. We hope to foster a culture where high ethical standards persist, and ongoing professional development is encouraged.

Research Integrity Curriculum: Research Integrity PDF

For more information on Research Integrity, contact:
Eric Schwegler
Director of the Academic Engagement Office
Research Integrity Officer