RCR for Undergraduates & Master’s Degree Candidates (Introductory)

Those undergraduates or master’s degree candidates who have an RCR compliance requirement, under an NIH training grant or an NSF research grant, must complete Introductory RCR within two years of requirement notification.

The program, offered through CITI,  provides advice on mentorship, plagiarism, and reproducibility, and introduces basic responsibilities of data management.

Complete Intermediate RCR through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI):

RCR for Doctoral Degree Candidates & Postdoctoral Researchers (Advanced)

Those doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers who have an RCR compliance requirement, under an NIH training grant or an NSF research grant, must complete Introductory RCR before enrolling in the four advanced RCR workshops. The online CITI training and four Advanced Live Workshops must be completed within two years of requirement notification.

Step 1. Complete Introductory RCR through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI):

The program, offered through CITI,  provides advice on mentorship, plagiarism, and reproducibility, and introduces basic responsibilities of data management.

Step 2. Complete Advanced RCR (Live) discussion workshops.

These four workshops, offered every semester, incorporate faculty mentor-led group discussions around the practical ethical questions surrounding authorship, mentor/mentee relationships, data acquisition and management, and peer review.