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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Beyond Apprenticeship: Navigating the Stages of Academia
Presentation Title Research Integrity Investigations at the NSF Office of Inspector General
Author(s) Beth Masimore
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Beth Masimore
Abstract Scope Among its duties, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for helping ensure the integrity of research programs at NSF. We investigate allegations of research misconduct (plagiarism, falsification, and fabrication) in NSF proposals and funded research. We handle allegations of conflict of interests and violations of the confidentiality of NSF’s merit review to ensure the integrity of that process. We also investigate allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers. I will provide an overview of our processes via a series of case studies that illustrate the variety of allegations we investigate, with a particular focus on situations that involved early career researchers.
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OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

A Field Guide for Becoming an Assistant Professor
Additive Manufacturing across Organizations: A perspective on Academia, Companies, and Research Institutes
Beyond Apprenticeship: How to “Know” Your Audience
Beyond Apprenticeship: Transforming Your Academic Jargon into Plain Language
Comparing Leadership Perspectives at a National Laboratory and a University: Transition to Academia
Engagement with DoD Program Managers
Mental Health of a Diverse and Inclusive Academic Community
Navigating Academia from Industry and a National Laboratory
Navigating the Proposal Process at the National Science Foundation
Research Integrity Investigations at the NSF Office of Inspector General
The Early Days of Faculty Life: Balancing the Tripod

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