This information was presented in the The fourth Annual Winter Symposium on Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) led by Professor Maurine Linder, Chair, Molecular Medicine, CVM.
Hosted by the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research and Professor Andrew Bass, in collaboration with Office of Research Integrity and Assurance.
• Tutorial and helpful tools specific to Cornell policies and practices
• Dealing with Plagiarism in the digital world, and some faculty perspectives on plagiarism
• Tips and advice from Weill Cornell Medicine on how to avoid plagiarism
• Cornell’s copyright information center
• From the Cornell Library, tips for TAs and students on how to detect and avoid plagiarism
• Cornell Library resources for managing references
• Cornell libraries including the Vet School library and Mann library occasionally offer workshops on citations and how to avoid plagiarism. Consult a librarian if you have a question about a specific case, or explore workshop options here.
4. Online resources
5. NIH resources
6. NSF and Plagiarism
• NSF cites plagiarism as a serious concern in submitted proposals
• NSF on tools and technology used to detect plagiarism
• An article in the Chronicle of Higher Education on Plagiarism in NSF grant proposals
7. Additional information on responsible conduct of research can be found at Cornell’s Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA)
6.If you suspect research misconduct, you can reach out to -
Director of Graduate Studies of your field
Amita Verma – Director of the Office of Research Integrity and Assurance, Cornell University
Dr. Jan Allen, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, Cornell Graduate School
Dean of University Faculty