The National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of research misconduct and fraud associated with NSF proposals and awards. This session will outline the basic missions of NSF OIG, discuss recent trends NSF OIG has identified, and detail cases NSF OIG has investigated that illustrate these trends. Case studies will include violations of research misconduct regulations, violations of human subject's regulations, peer review violations and fraud.
- Describe NSF OIG and its role in ensuring research integrity.
- Identify trends NSF OIG is seeing in violations of rules, regulations and law.
Pre-registration closes Monday, December 10. There will be a late registration fee of $15 per person/group added after this deadline.
Membership Discount not available to Chapter Members.