Name Title Office Phone Vacant Director
Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-2636 Gwen Currier
Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-2526 firstname.lastname@example.org
Diving Safety Officer
Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-6205 email@example.com Sally Marinelli
Facility Security Officer
Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-5467
Allyson Quintanilla Fiscal Clerk Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-4328 firstname.lastname@example.org Mary Riedford Specialist IRB
Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-4813 email@example.com
Ross Levine Export Control Officer Office of Research Integrity (401) 874-5343 firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the University of Rhode Island’s (URI) policy that all personnel, including employees, visiting scientists, postdoctoral fellows, students, and other persons retained by or working at or for URI conduct their affairs in accordance with U.S. laws and regulations, including compliance with U.S. export control laws and regulations applicable to its operations.
Export controls are a dynamic and multi-faceted body of law and regulations that can affect a research institution in many ways. Compliance with the statutory and regulatory requirements is critical because non-compliance may carry serious civil and/or criminal penalties for both the researcher and the institution. Export controls present a special challenge to research institutions because they demand that national security and the necessary safeguards it mandates be reconciled with the fundamental principle of unrestricted academic freedom, which includes the right to freely publish research findings within an unfettered global academic community.
Transactions that may Trigger an Export Control Issue
• Exposing foreign nationals to research labs?
• Please complete the linked form and attach it to your TA when you are traveling overseas to attend a conference, conduct research or other work-related reason.
• Engaging in international research collaborations?
• Shipping equipment, certain biological materials, software or technology to a foreign country?
• Working with a foreign country subject to US embargo?
• Sponsor approval rights over publication?
• Exchanging controlled information with foreign colleagues?
The Office of Research Integrity and the Office of Sponsored Projects are here to assist faculty and staff navigate and understand the export control laws and regulations as they relate to their work at URI.
If you have questions about export control compliance, please contact Office of Research Integrity (email@example.com
Export Controls Quick Guide (7-2016)