RCR Requirements for Graduate Students and Graduate Faculty
Effective starting Spring 2013, all graduate students and their faculty advisors must complete RCR training through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) online prior to initiation of research projects for professional papers, theses, and dissertations. The certification of completion for both the student and committee chair must be attached to the prospectus submitted to the Graduate School for theses and dissertations. Departments/schools are responsible for oversight of documentation of RCR training for professional papers.
Please note that Responsible Conduct of Research training and Human Subject Research training including the Basic/Refresher are different modules and fulfill different requirements. Make sure you are accessing the RCR course when completing the training for this requirement.
- Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Online Training
- CITI Instructions [Word]
- Responsible Conduct of Research Policy [Word]
- Procedures for Complying with the RCR Training Policy [Word]
- Responsible Conduct of Research Q&A [Word]
- List of Modules for each category (only one category required):
RCR Requirements for Graduate Faculty MembershipIn addition, faculty are required to submit documentation of completion of RCR training with their next application for full or associate Graduate Faculty Membership. The revised application form asks for the date of completion and inclusion of the certificate of completion.
RCR Requirements for Funded Projects
Information about RCR requirements for funded projects can be found on the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects RCR page.
TWU RCR Administrator:
Larry LeFlore, Ph.D.
page last updated 10/23/2014 11:11 AM