Research undertaken by Solent academics and students should have a clear purpose and should meet or exceed recognised standards for research practice, ethics and integrity, thereby maintaining the confidence of the public and collaborators in the University’s governance of research.
Solent University is committed to the Concordat to Support Research Integrity and to maintaining ethical research and practice throughout the institution. The University requires all researchers based at the University to act ethically. This requirement extends to all researchers working with, for, or otherwise under the auspices of the University (eg, those partnering with, or under contract to, or to the University).
Solent University is committed to Concordat to the Career Development of Researchers and to improving employment and support for its researchers and their research careers. The University will continue to develop its provision of an appropriate and supportive research environment and culture, employment, and professional and career development.
Research and Knowledge Exchange Enabling Strategy
Student Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Policy
Race Equality Charter
Research Ethics Policy
Staff Research Misconduct Policy
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