Export control is a series of federal regulations that determine how, where, and with whom knowledge, services, technology, and physical items can be shared. Adherence to export control regulations is critical, and the consequences for noncompliance include substantial fines of up to $1 million per violation for the university or up to $250,000 and a prison sentence per violation for an individual.
Burns Named Research Integrity Compliance Officer
Jane Burns, a University of Tennessee alumna, has been named research integrity compliance director for the Office of Research and Engagement, effective March 1, 2021.
As part of the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), this position is responsible for investigating allegations of research misconduct at the university. Burns will also provide research integrity training and raise awareness on campus of the institutional plan for the responsible conduct of research. Continue reading
Mercer and Campagna Selected as ORE Faculty Fellows
Holly Mercer and Shawn Campagna were recently appointed as Office of Research and Engagement Faculty Fellows to assist with strategic efforts behind two critical programs within the division: responsible conduct of research and the Science Alliance. They will work closely with Robert Nobles, interim vice chancellor for research, as well as other members of the ORE leadership team, administrators, and researchers.
Office of Research Announces Faculty Fellows Opportunities
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Two Faculty Fellow opportunities are now available to a tenured faculty member to work within the Office of Research and Engagement (ORE) for the 2018/2019 academic year in the Compliance and Safety Division and the Science Alliance.
Pruett Named Director of Research Integrity
Sarah Pruett, a UT alumna, will start work as the director of research integrity and research integrity compliance officer for the Office of Research and Engagement, effective April 23, 2018.
As part of the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), this new position will be responsible for investigating allegations of research misconduct at the university. Pruett will also provide research integrity training and raise awareness on campus of the institutional plan for the responsible conduct of research.
“I am honored that Dr. Nobles has entrusted me with this mission,” said Pruett. “I look forward to to working with the UT community and being part of its continued success.”