Responsible Scholarship Training
An essential part of the graduate experience is to raise the awareness to professional
standards of research ethics, integrity, and safety, and of challenges that student
may face throughout their careers. To supplement the effort provided by our exceptional
Texas Tech faculty, the Graduate School in collaboration with the Office of Research
and Innovation has developed a responsible scholarship training that addresses academic
practices such as data management, intellectual property, management of conflict of
interest, ethical use of humans and animals in research, social responsibility of
research, effective collaboration, and research misconduct.
This training is required for all new and continuing degree-seeking graduate students. Separate training modules are available for different broad disciplines (student self-selects the module).
- New and returning graduate students must complete this training prior to the end of the Spring semester 2020.
- Those graduate students who will graduate in Fall 2019 are exempt
Click here for instructions that will guide you through this training. Questions about training can be directed to:
Marianne Evola, Ph.D.; Director of Responsible Research
Kristin Messuri, Ph.D.; Associate Director of Graduate Writing Center
AddressAdministration Building 328, Texas Tech University, 2500 Broadway, Lubbock, TX 79409