Responsible Conduct of Research

Responsible Conduct of Research Program at the University of North Texas is committed to educating and supporting our community of scholars in the ethical foundations of research. In order to accomplish this goal, UNT’s RCR Program provides education and training in the following areas:  

  • Research Misconduct 

  • Data Acquisition, Management, Sharing, and Ownership 

  • Conflict of Interest 

  • Collaborative Research 

  • Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship 

  • Mentoring 

  • Peer Review 

  • Care and Use of Animals in Research 

  • Human Subjects Research

University of North Texas Responsible Conduct of Research Program

To register for a workshop, visit our events page. The zoom link will be provided to all registered attendees prior to the workshop. 

Note: These workshops will satisfy RCR training requirements and TGS travel grant RCR requirements.

September 10th at 4 p.m. CST

Held via Zoom

IRB- Human Subjects Research

This workshop will provide information on how to prepare a human subjects application for submission and will help prepare you to get your research protocol approved.

October 8th at 4 p.m. CST

Held via Zoom

Conflict of Interest

This workshop will provide an overview of the UNT COI program. Training will focus on determining the difference between research conflicts of interest (RCOI) and institutional conflicts of interests (ICOI). We will also cover the required training if you are a PI on a federally-funded grant.

November 12th at 4 p.m. CST

Held via Zoom

Biosafety

This workshop will provide an overview of UNT's biosafety program. We will focus on lab safety and provide guidance on biological safety and risk assessment for work involving biological agents and genetically modified organisms.