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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY SENATE POLICY ON INTEGRITY IN RESEARCH
 

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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY
SENATE POLICY ON INTEGRITY IN RESEARCH
Approved by the Senate January 29, 2009
Revised September 23, 2010
[Supersedes "A Code of Research Ethics" approved by Senate in October 1987]
1. INTRODUCTION
Academic integrity is an expectation fundamental to the mission of the university, whether it
be in teaching or in research. The Senate Academic Integrity Statement1
, adopted in 2006,
recognizes the university's commitment to upholding integrity in all scholarly work. Queen`s
University Senate Policy on Integrity in Research is respectful of the five core fundamental
values defined in the Senate Academic Integrity Statement: honesty, trust, fairness, respect
and responsibility.
Queen`s University Senate Policy on Integrity in Research (hereinafter referred to as the
`Policy`) outlines the expectations of members of the Queen's community with respect to
the conduct of research and scholarly activities in a manner consistent with the highest
standards of ethical and scientific practice. The Policy documents the University's
expectations in this regard, defines misconduct in research or scholarly activities and outlines
procedures to be followed when it is suspected.

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences