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Research Support Oversight Committee (RSOC)

The Research Support Oversight Committee (RSOC), originally established in November 2016, serves as an advisory group to senior leadership for research-related safety, compliance, integrity, and risks to the research enterprise. The RSOC ensures a coordinated approach to assessing, mitigating,and monitoring these risks.

Objectives:

  1. Develop principles, guidelines, and strategies for promoting research integrity
  2. Identify critical risks and ensure clear, well-defined roles and responsibilities and assign accountability for those risks
  3. Develop principles, guidelines, and strategies for promoting research integrity and addressing lapses
  4. Increase the coordination of compliance and risk-reduction activities overseen by the various research oversight committees and vice presidents
  5. Inform senior leadership of current and arising issues and concerns in research integrity, safety, compliance, and other risk areas
  6. Provide input on any proposed compliance initiatives or policies and/or procedures that may have significant impact on campus research
  7. Ensure that oversight committees are aware of new or substantive changes to ongoing, research objectives or initiatives that may impact their areas of responsibility
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