Texas State University is committed to conduct research in an ethical and responsible way. We are dedicated to instilling in our community a shared understanding of, and adherence to, the principles of responsible conduct of research.
Research Integrity and Compliance is here to assist our researchers in furthering their awareness of responsible conduct of research (RCR) topics and to address requirements of the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
Required Training for Supported Personnel on NSF Grants: FAQ
- Who has to complete RCR training?
- Where do I complete the training?
- How do I register for the training?
- What topics does the RCR training cover?
- Whom do I notify that I have completed the training?
- Does the RCR training requirement flow down to any subawardee identified on the project?
- Do PIs have to report in annual or final reports to NSF on the RCR training?
- How often do I have to complete RCR training?
- Does taking the CITI RCR training count for Human Subjects Training or for Animal Care and Use Training?