As an institution dedicated to excellence in education, research and outreach, Oklahoma
State University places a high value on research integrity and academic freedom. Objectivity
in the conduct of research, the freedom to disseminate ideas through publication of
research results, the protection of the rights and interests of research participants,
maintenance of public trust, and the ability to ensure that our responsibility to
our students and trainees is not compromised are critical to these institutional values.
Oklahoma State University takes concerns about research misconduct seriously. Information about the process of reporting potential research misconduct can be found here.
Anonymous reports can be made via Oklahoma State University's anonymous reporting system by phone at 1.866.294.8692 or online at https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/en/report_custom.asp?clientid=10933.
Christine Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Vice PresidentVice President for Research206D WhitehurstOffice: firstname.lastname@example.org