FSU has implemented a RCR training policy for all postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students supported by National Science Foundation funding to ensure compliance with NSF's responsible conduct training requirement effective January 2010 (see Chapter IV ). At this time the university has stipulated three options for meeting the NSF RCR requirement.
To meet the RCR training policy for trainees, fellows, participants and scholars receiving NIH funding , the university has stipulated three options for meeting the NIH RCR requirement:
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) can be broadly defined as the ethical and responsible practice of research in the following areas. Research activities conducted by faculty, staff, and students at FSU must be conducted in an ethical and responsible manner following applicable federal or other governmental requirements, sponsor requirements, and University policies and procedures.
This website is intended to provide general background information in these areas and provides links to external resources.
For Responsible Conduct of Research information more specific to Florida State University users, including NSF training requirement information, please see Scholarly Integrity within the GradSpace Blackboard organization site or visit The Office of Research Compliance Programs (ORCP) , which is responsible for the development, oversight and monitoring of the research compliance program for Florida State University.