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K.4 Research Integrity

All research at the University of Calgary that:

  • is conducted by university employees, postdoctoral scholars, or students;

  • is undertaken under the auspices of, or in affiliation with, the university;

  • or uses university equipment, facilities, space, resources, employees, postdoctoral scholars, or students.

Is governed by the Research Integrity Policy.

The purpose of the Research Integrity policy is to:

  • promote integrity in research;

  • ensure compliance with applicable law;

  • ensure that research is conducted in accordance with the university’s expectations for ethical conduct;

  • and promote an awareness of research ethics within the university community.

K.1 Other Impermissible Conduct
K.2 Student Appeals
K.3 Statement on Academic Integrity
K.4 Research Integrity

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