NTU's Research Integrity and Ethics Office (RIEO) is launching a grant call on research integrity, and will fund research proposals to collect and analyse data relating to the practice of research integrity in NTU. Examples of topics that may be covered include attitudes to research integrity and ethics (by faculty, researchers and graduate research students), the factors driving the responsible conduct of research (RCR) and good research data management.
This grant call is made under the Academic Research Fund (AcRF) Tier 1, and will fund research proposals up to a maximum project value
$50,000 over 18
months. Proposals of smaller amounts will be considered favourably, For a list of fundable and non-fundable items under AcRF Tier 1 research projects, please refer to the administrative guidelines
here. For this special grant call, equipment and travel costs (other than local travel) will not be eligible. Indirect costs are not applicable.
- Each PI is allowed to submit only one application
- Full Time Faculty Members of NTU who hold appointment at the university for a minimum of 9 months a year are eligible to apply.
- Please note that Visiting Professors, Adjunct Professors and research staffs are
not eligible to apply.
- Please submit your proposal via email to
- All proposal must be
endorsed and submitted to RIEO by Monday, 2 July 2018, 8.00am.
Asst Prof Lisa Winstanley, School of Art, Design
Prevalence of Visual Plagiarism Within a Visual Arts Context
Assoc Prof Josip Car, Lee Kong Chian School
Climate for Research
Integrity in NTU
Asst Prof Yusuf Ali, Lee Kong Chian School
Effectiveness of Data Audits as a tool to increase awareness
and compliance of Data Management
If you have any queries, please contact Ms Germaine Foo (email@example.com).