As a land-grant institution, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is accountable to New Hampshire residents and to the university community to ensure the ethical and safe conduct of research and scholarly activity. As an institution of higher education that prides itself on extensive research endeavors and the involvement of undergraduates and graduate students in research projects, UNH has an obligation to teach and actively promote integrity in research and scholarship.
To fulfill its obligations, UNH has embarked on a program on the responsible conduct of research and scholarly activity (RCR) to:
Review the latest infographic below for more information about UNH's RCR program.
In February 2019, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee endorsed the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) 2017 Code of Conduct (Section III, pages 5-10). In endorsing the AGU Code of Conduct, the UNH RCR Committee is setting forth expectations for behavior that fosters and supports a safe, inclusive, and professional environment for faculty, staff, and students at UNH to pursue and conduct scholarly and research activities. [Where an AGU policy is cited in Section III that differs from UNH’s (such as the definition of scientific misconduct), UNH’s prevails, and where an AGU policy differs from that of an individual’s professional society if other than AGU, the latter prevails for that person.] (For reference, click here for UNH's policy on Misconduct in Scholarly Activity, and here for UNH's policy on Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment.)
The following are the components of UNH's RCR program, in addition to this UNH RCR Library Guide:
The following current or former UNH faculty, staff, and students are/have been involved in UNH's RCR program as instructors or facilitators: