Academic and Research Integrity Resources

SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH INTEGRITY   (SARI)

In 2009 The Graduate School instituted a new requirement for training in Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) that includes two components: 

  • Completion of the appropriate training module provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) during the student's first year
    • Instructions for registering with CITI and selecting the proper curriculum are here
  • At least 5 hours of discipline-specific, discussion-based ethics training before graduation

All students enrolled in graduate programs offered by the College of Medicine except Public Health Sciences and Homeland Security will met the requirements by completing the following: 

Students in Public Health Sciences will met the requirements by completing the following: 

  • Completion of the CITI module Human Subjects Research with an average score of 80%
  • Pass the course PHS 500 - Research Ethics for Clinical Investigators

Students in Masters In Homeland Security will met the requirements by completing the following: 

  • Pass the course HLS 410 - Public Health Preparedness for Disaster and Terrorist Emergencies I

Integrity Resources