Ethical conduct and compliance are individual responsibilities that rely on many small personal choices everyday. Responsible Conduct of Research Training is provided to all faculty, staff and students through the University CITI Program account without charge as a tool toward effective mentorship.
- Effective July 1, 2019, Georgia Southern University tenure track faculty are be required to complete the basic course in the Responsible Conduct of Research available through the University CITI program account at the beginning of their tenure at the University. Refresher training requirements vary by College.
- Faculty who wish to apply for external funding or sponsored activity must complete the Responsible Conduct of Research course prior to submission. Faculty who receive awards from NSF, NIH and NIFA are required to complete training before your award account can be established. Principal Investigators are responsible to assure that students and investigators hired on these awards complete training.
- Instructions for Registering for a CITI account:
- Access through the Research Resources tile on you mygeorgiasouthern.edu portal or click here.