For each sponsored award, it is customary to designate as Principal Investigator one person who bears ultimate responsibility for academic decisions as well as for financial, administrative, and compliance matters relating to the project.
Only teaching members of the Faculty and a select number of other academic appointees are accorded Principal Investigator rights and may seek external research support on a continuing basis.
If a Harvard employee whose appointment type is not listed among those on the ...
Faculty or departments may receive Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests from a federal agency. Upon receipt of a written FOIA request, federal agencies are required to release the requested information unless it falls under one of nine exemptions listed in the Act.
Funded grant proposals and related information are included within the scope of information that can be requested through the FOIA process. These requests are typically labeled very clearly as “FOIA” and are...
Voted by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, March 17, 1980 and amended on March 13, 2000, April 20, 2004, and December 2012 (superseding vote of September 14, 1964 and amendments thereafter).
Each professional research position shall be categorized as belonging...
The Harvard University policy on export controls should be consulted before carrying, shipping or otherwise sending materials outside of the United States, traveling to countries that may be the subject of sanctions, collaborating with a foreign national outside of Harvard University or any person or entity outside of the United States, or presenting research at an international conference.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Policy on Financial Conflicts of Interest (fCOI) Disclosures outlines the detailed FAS fCOI disclosure reporting, review, and determination procedures. For a PDF-printable copy of this policy, click here.... Read more about Financial Conflicts of Interest Disclosures
This Environment and Safety Plan identifies the roles, responsibilities, communications networks, training programs, and other mechanisms by which the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) seeks to ensure the safety of its personnel and the environment in all of the Faculty’s diverse activities.... Read more about Environment and Safety Plan