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Contact College of Graduate Studies (407-823-2766 or email@example.com) if you have questions about academic integrity training.
Starting Fall 2011, all students newly admitted to doctoral programs must complete training designed to inculcate an awareness and understanding of the fundamental issues of academic integrity and the responsible conduct of research (RCR) in a manner that is consistent with federal regulations.
A doctoral student who has not completed the required training in academic integrity and the responsible conduct of research by their appropriate deadlines will not be advanced to candidacy.
Note: Doctoral students who are readmitted with a new catalog year are required to meet the academic integrity requirements. Doctoral students who are moved forward in catalog year administratively are not required to meet the academic integrity requirements.
The academic integrity required training includes:
Both the CITI training and workshops are provided at no cost and are open to all UCF graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and associates. For the ethics/RCR workshops, priority is given to doctoral students who are required to complete these workshops prior to advancement to candidacy.
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