Scientific Misconduct Policy
The College takes all allegations of scientific misconduct seriously and is committed to a confidential, diligent and thorough examination of any allegation of scientific misconduct in accordance with its policies. SUNY Oneonta has a Scientific Misconduct Policy Officer appointed by the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs. Any member of the campus community who has a concern about scientific misconduct should immediately contact either the Office of the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs or the Scientific Misconduct Policy Officer, who can advise them on how to proceed.
An excerpt from the College’s Scientific Misconduct Policy Statement appears in the College Handbook (http://www.oneonta.edu/collegehandbook/). A full pdf copy is available here.
The Scientific Misconduct Policy Officer is John Schaumloffel x3432.