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Responsible Conduct of Research

Teaching, research and service are the University of Idaho’s basic functions. It is University of Idaho policy that its employees conform to established ethical standards in the conduct of their research and creative activities consistent with the university's position as a land-grant institution and preeminent center for research-oriented graduate programs.

NSF’s award polices include a requirement for training in the Responsible Conduct of Research for all graduate students, undergraduate students and post docs working on NSF grants. The following module and exam must be completed by all students and post docs supported by NSF funds.

We have transitioned to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) program for the RCR training modules. Please use the links below to access the training.

    RCR Training Course through CITI
    How to register for CITI training

If the email results function does not work from the online training, then print the screen score and submit it directly to rcr@uidaho.edu, drop it off at the office in 209 Morrill Hall, or send it in interoffice mail to ORA c/o ORA mail zip 3020.

For additional information please contact the Office of Research Assurances at (208) 885-6340 or rcr@uidaho.edu.

RCR Training & Resources

NSF’s award polices include a requirement for training in the Responsible Conduct of Research for all graduate students, undergraduate students and post docs working on NSF grants. The following module and exam must be completed by all students and post docs supported by NSF funds.

We have transitioned to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) program for the RCR training modules. Please use the links below to access the training.

    RCR Training Course through CITI
    How to register for CITI training

If the email results function does not work from the online training, then print the screen score and submit it directly to rcr@uidaho.edu, drop it off at the office in 209 Morrill Hall, or send it in interoffice mail to ORA c/o ORA mail zip 3020.

For additional information please contact the Office of Research Assurances at (208) 885-6340 or rcr@uidaho.edu.

RCR Training & Resources

NSF’s award polices include a requirement for training in the Responsible Conduct of Research for all graduate students, undergraduate students and post docs working on NSF grants. The following module and exam must be completed by all students and post docs supported by NSF funds.

We have transitioned to the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) program for the RCR training modules. Please use the links below to access the training.

    RCR Training Course through CITI
    How to register for CITI training

If the email results function does not work from the online training, then print the screen score and submit it directly to rcr@uidaho.edu, drop it off at the office in 209 Morrill Hall, or send it in interoffice mail to ORA c/o ORA mail zip 3020.

For additional information please contact the Office of Research Assurances at (208) 885-6340 or rcr@uidaho.edu.

Office of Research Assurances

Physical Address:

Morrill Hall Room 209
Moscow, ID  83843

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr., MS 3010
Moscow, ID  83844-3010

Email:
IACUC@uidaho.edu
IBC@uidaho.edu
IRB@uidaho.edu
ored-export@uidaho.edu

Phone: (208) 885-6162

Web: ORA Website

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