The Research Integrity Resources Initiative was created to provide FAS researchers with proactive tools to support excellence in the stewardship of strong research data. Some of these resources are provided to make the FAS community aware of offices, policies, training, and programs that are currently available across Harvard University.
In addition, this initiative also provides resources to manage conflict, communication, and/or behavioral concerns to avoid misunderstandings that may lead to allegations of research misconduct and to foster an environment of transparency and stronger data integrity among members of a research team.
Please contact Cristy McGoff if you would like any additional resources added to this site.
- Conflict Resolution
- Data Management Support
- Research Misconduct
- Postdoctoral Resources
- Educational Resources
- University Resources
Available resources for faculty, students, or staff to bring concerns that could result in allegations of research misconduct or professional misconduct.
Available resources related to the storage, sharing and the management of data throughout the research process
Available resources related to the process and policies at FAS regarding the three federally-defined areas of research misconduct (plagiarism, data fabrication and data falsification).
Other helpful resources
Available Resources for Postdoctoral Researchers
Available educational resources both internally and externally
Offices, policies, and contacts that may interact with issues related to research integrity
If you have a concern regarding research misconduct and/or a research integrity matter, your concern can be shared confidentially with the FAS Research Integrity Officer (RIO) or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact Ethics Point or the Harvard University Compliance hotline at 1-877-694-2ASK.