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Safeguarding Research Activity:
Ensuring Transparency, Integrity, and Reciprocity

 

Note: This information and guideline portal will be updated continuously as we continue to get more information. (Last Updated June 2, 2021)

Importance of Disclosing


For researchers, comprehensive disclosure ensures transparency and bolsters credibility, while on the other hand, failing to disclose can invite otherwise undue scrutiny, jeopardize funding or career opportunities, and could even result in legal prosecution. UNM and its primary funders of sponsored research urge you, in the strongest terms possible, to disclose information about any and all other support, foreign components, or current and pending support, whether it’s provided through an organization or directly to you as an individual, as well as reporting all projects and activities that require a time commitment.

Latest from the Federal Government


  1. Foreign Interference in NIH Funding and Grant Making Processes: A Summary of Findings From 2016 to 2021
  2. Foreign Interference in NSF Funding and Grant Making Processes: A summary of findings from 2019 to 2021

Security Concerns in the News


  1. MIT Professor Arrested and Charged with Grant Fraud
  2. Former Emory University Professor and Chinese “Thousand Talents” Participant Convicted and Sentenced for Filing a False Tax Return
  3. University of Arkansas Professor Arrested for Wire Fraud
  4. Former Cleveland Clinic Employee and Chinese “Thousand Talents” Participant Arrested for Wire Fraud
  5. Former West Virginia University Professor Pleads Guilty to Fraud That Enabled Him to Participate in the People’s Republic of China’s “Thousand Talents Plan”
  6. Researcher at University Arrested for Wire Fraud and Making False Statements About Affiliation with a Chinese University

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