As a land-grant institution, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is accountable to New Hampshire residents and to the university community to ensure the ethical and safe conduct of research and scholarly activity. As an institution of higher education that prides itself on extensive research endeavors and the involvement of undergraduates and graduate students in research projects, UNH has an obligation to teach and actively promote integrity in research and scholarship.
Learn more about responsible conduct of research and scholarly activity at UNH.
Submissions from 2023
Simple Guide to Using Generative Artificial Intelligence Writing Tools in Research & Scholarship at UNH, Julie Simpson, Patricia Condon, William Clyde, Jennifer Miksus-Olds, Christopher Neefus, Jennifer O’Brien, Theresa Oehmke, Shantel Palacio, Allyson Ryder, John E. Sparrow, May-Win Thein, Anita R. Tucker, Karen T. Van Gundy, and James Wible
Submissions from 2019
Simple guide to starting a research group, Patricia Condon, Julie Simpson, Jessica A. Bolker, Summer B. Cook, Eleanor M. Jaffee, Cari A. Moorhead, Cesar J. Rebellon, Nathan A. Schwadron, Michael J. Simmons, R. Scott Smith, John E. Sparrow, May-Win Thein, and James Wible