FH 2.22 Policy on Objectivity in Research
Effective Date Jul 4, 2011
Objectivity is one of the cornerstones of the research enterprise. To ensure the university fulfills its role as careful steward of the public and private research resources entrusted to it, the university is in the process of developing a set of explicit policies and procedures for disclosing, reviewing and managing conflicts that may naturally arise in the course of carrying out the university’s mission goals in research and technology transfer. These policies and procedures are outlined in faculty policy “Policies and Procedures to Ensure Objectivity in Research.” Copies of the document are available from the Office of the Vice President for Research.