Research Integrity Resources

The resources below provide guidance on common research misconduct related issues. For more information, read about the research misconduct process. For help determining if a concern may be considered research misconduct, consult with our office and read about possible red flags of research misconduct.

Because multiple University policies or guidelines may apply to allegations and cases of student research misconduct, we have developed guidance to help determine the appropriate policy or procedure to initiate or follow.  See also has a list of links for other recommended resources on the responsible conduct of research. 

FAQS

Complainant FAQ

Respondent FAQ

Plagiarism and Authorship

Write Ethically From Start to Finish

Authorship Guidelines

Authorship and Plagiarism Disputes

Mentorship Issues

Research Trainees: What You Need to Know about Research Misconduct

Mentorship and Research Misconduct

Why Research Misconduct Occurs

A Publish or Perish Case Study

What Drives People to Commit Research Misconduct

AI Guidance

General AI Guidance

Use of AI in Research

Fabrication and Falsification

COPE guidelines