Export Control The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is committed to complying with all applicable United States export-control laws and regulations. It is each employee‟s responsibility to understand or seek guidance on any export control requirements related to his or her work and to ensure that no exports are made contrary to those requirements. The following information is provided to aid University personnel in complying with these laws and regulations.
PHS Conflict of Interest The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), under 42 CFR Part 50 Subpart F and CFR Part 94, effective August 25, 2011, with implementation date no later than August 24, 2012, places additional requirements for entities proposing or receiving Public Health Services (PHS) funding.
Misconduct in Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities The University of Colorado is committed to excellence in our research, scholarship, and creative activities and conducts these activities according to the highest ethical standards of honesty and integrity. This commitment extends to all members of the University community and is embodied in all aspects of our work. Through the conduct of our University work, we maintain an environment that fosters adherence to these ethical standards and provides avenues to respond to any deviation from these standards.
Research Involving Human Subject (IRB) The participation of humans in research projects raises fundamental ethical and civil rights questions. All such research, funded and unfunded projects sponsored and not sponsored which is carried out by students, faculty, or other University employees, on or off campus, is covered by the Policies and Procedures of the UCCS Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the Protection of Human Subjects.
Research Involving Biohazards (IBC) The University of Colorado Colorado Springs has established an Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) whose responsibilities need not be restricted to recombinant DNA with recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules and shall meet the requirements as outlined in Section IV-B-2 of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules.
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Resource providing guidance and compliance related to the responsible conduct of research (the practice of scholarship and scientific investigation with integrity). This page is a consolidated source for information and resources to help UCCS research faculty and staff navigate and fulfill RCR responsibilities.
Restricted, Proprietary and Classified Research To specify the procedures by which CU researchers are required to petition for approval by the Chancellor to conduct research under sponsorship conditions that may limit their ability to publish or disseminate findings freely.