Your supervisor or Research Integrity Adviser (RIA) is your first contact if you have questions or concerns about research or the UNSW Research Code and related policies. There is a RIA in every faculty, usually the Associate Dean (Research).
How can a RIA assist me?
A RIA can:
- Provide you with confidential advice on appropriate research practices and the responsible conduct of research.
- Inform you about the UNSW Research Code of Conduct (the Research Code) and related policies and procedures.
- Advise you how to make a complaint or allegation of research misconduct, or give you confidential first step advice if someone has made a complaint against you.
- Assist you to to refer a matter to the Research Integrity Unit if required.
A RIA cannot:
- Investigate or make determinations on allegations of research misconduct or breach of the Research Code.
- Offer advice if they have a conflict of interest in the matter.
If for any reason you can’t speak to the RIA in your faculty, you can contact the RIA of any other faculty or contact us at the Research Integrity Unit direct. We are here to assist you.
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