Research Compliance Evaluation Open to University Faculty and Employees

The Office of Research Compliance is conducting a survey to better understand how well it is meeting the needs of the university community. Feedback is especially needed from faculty researchers, but all university employees are invited to participate. RSCP is requesting for everyone who has time to participate in a brief, 10-minute questionnaire.

The survey was developed by the Research Compliance team., They plan to conduct a version of this evaluation on a regular basis to continually monitor the office's progress.

If you are interested in participating, the survey can be accessed online from now until April 30. You may remain anonymous, or you may provide your contact information so that any concerns you have can be discussed privately in greater detail.

Contacts

Sarah Grace Brown, communications assistant
Division Research and Innovation
479-575-6874, sarahb@uark.edu

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