Coronavirus information

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the University of Alaska Anchorage has taken steps to protect the health and safety of our campus community. Visit the University of Alaska Coronavirus Information website to learn how UAA and the university system are responding to this situation. Find links to communications, policy guidance, resources and information about the university's community restrictions, which apply to all faculty, staff and students. The UAA Student Health and Counseling Center remains open at this time to serve UAA students. For information about COVID-19 symptoms and current health recommendations, visit the CDC website and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.

RCR Committee

The Responsible Conduct of Research Committee is a federally mandated misconduct committee for institutions as set forth in 42 CFR (Code of Federal Regulation Parts 50 and 93.  This rule is posted and can be viewed on the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) website.

RCR Policies and Resources

The Board of Regents' regulation R10.07.06 states:  "Misconduct" includes fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices that deviate from ethical standards and practices commonly accepted within the academic and scientific community for proposing, conducting, or reporting research, scholarly work, or creative activity.  Honest error or honest differences in analysis, interpretation or judgments of data will not be considered to be instances of misconduct.

  1. Regents' policy concerning Ethics and Conduct (Chapter 04.10).

  2. Regents' policy concerning Misconduct in Research, Scholarly Work, and Creative Activity in the University (Chapter 10.07.60)

Requirements for Institutional Policies and Procedures on Research Misconduct under the PHS Policies on Research Misconduct, 42 CFR Parts 50 and  93.

Here is a list of Questions and Answers intended to answer questions about the regulation (referenced above) for administrators, researchers or anyone interested in understanding how the regulation might affect them.

Another resource that may be of interest is entitled Analysis of Institutional Policies for Responding to Allegations of Scientific Misconduct that was done for the Office of Research Integrity by CHPS Consulting.