Need help on organizing content, editing a paper, or polishing your thesis? The NSU Writing Center provides one-on-one consultations to NSU undergraduate and graduate students. Walk-ins are welcome, though students with an appointment will be serviced first. To make an appointment, call the NSU Writing Center at (757) 823-2271 or use the online appointment scheduler WCONLINE.
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The faculty of Norfolk State University, in cooperation with the administration, have developed policies and procedures to prevent, identify, and respond to misconduct in research. Research Misconduct is defined as:
fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other serious deviation from accepted practices in proposing, carrying out, or reporting results from research;
material failure to comply with Federal requirements for protection of researchers, human subjects, or the public or for ensuring the welfare of laboratory animals;
use of research funds for indirect or immediate personal gains except for usual salary and expenses approved in the budget;
failure to meet other material legal requirements of research;
failure to comply with established standards regarding author names on publications;
stealing, destroying, or damaging the research property of others with the intent to alter the research record; and
directing, encouraging, or knowingly allowing others to engage in fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism.