Picture of King Library at Miami University during Fall Semester. Picture of trees with fall leaves in the foreground.

Research compliance office announces training location, issues reminder

A smiling, bearded man wearing a black bowler hat, an old-fashioned looking purple suit and a grey cravat shouts into a battered cardboard megaphone while pointing out of the frame with his right hand.


IRB trainings to be held in new ORU classroom

As the beginning of a new academic year begins, so does a new series of IRB application trainings. Starting Fall 2014, IRB application trainings will be offered in the new Office for Research for Undergraduates (ORU) classroom in Suite 122 King Library. Registration information for Fall 2014 semester is now posted on the Research Compliance website.  Faculty who teach research methods courses and would like a consultation and/or classroom instruction for the IRB process and overview should contact the Research Compliance Office.

CITI accounts must be updated to include @MiamiOH.edu email addresses

Faculty, staff, and students with active CITI accounts who were with the university prior to July 2013 should update their accounts to use the new MiamiOH.edu domain. Your Miami University email account ought to be the primary email address affiliated with CITI. It is important that you receive timely reminders from CITI regarding your completion reports and expiration dates. For CITI completion dates please use the online search utility.

Featured image (left) by Miami University Photo Services.  Photo above by J. Scott via Flickr, used under Creative Commons license.

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