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Restricted Research FY2013

Standing Committees of the Faculty Senate
Restricted Research
Description: 

Pursuant to the university’s restricted research policy (FSRR Article IX), this committee reviews and, if appropriate under that policy, approves proposals for exceptions to the university policy against engaging in research that is subject to restrictions on the transparency of data or the dissemination of results.

Members: 

Chair: Doug Huffman, Curriculum & Teaching, (2014)
Victor Frost, EECS (2014)
Sue Lunte, Chemistry (2013) (reappointed to 3 year term)
Glenn Adams, Psychology (2013)
Ivana Radovanovic, Anthropology (2015)
Russell Ostermann, Chemical & Petroleum Engr , (2015)
Ex-Officio: Susan MacNally, Interim Director, Research Integrity
Ex-Officio: Celka Straughn, Spencer Museum of Art, Chair, Faculty Senate Research Committee

Charges: 

FY-13 RESTRICTED RESEARCH

 

Approved by FacEx:  5/30/12
Approved by Faculty Senate:9/13/2012

  • Contact FacEx chair Andrew Torrance (torrance@ku.edu) for further information or to schedule a meeting with FacEx to discuss recommendations for action on the charges.
  • If the committee is recommending a change to university policy or rules, FacEx must officially receive that recommendation by 03/26/12 in order to meet timeline requirements for full review by Governance.

Standing charges: 

  1. Pursuant to the university’s restricted research policy (FSRR Article IX), review and, if appropriate under that policy, approve proposals for exceptions to the university policy against engaging in research that is subject to restrictions on the transparency of data or the dissemination of results.
     
  2. Publish each of the Committee’s recommendations in a notice to the Faculty Senate Research Committee in a timely manner. The notice shall include:

a. Title of project; 
b. Name of principal investigator or project director;
c. Source or sources of funds for support of project; 
d. Action by the Restricted Research Committee as to approval or disapproval of request, including, if approved, a short statement of justification for the proposed research in terms of the purposes of the University and in the light of the criteria for approval as listed in Section 4.D., or, if disapproved, a short statement of the reasons for rejection.

 

  1. Make an annual report to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, listing each restrictive grant or contract considered during the year, to include references to all information identified in Section 4.C. 2 of FSRR Article IX.

Specific charges: none

Minutes: 

See Final Report for FY2013 Exemptions

Final Report: 

2013 Faculty Senate Research Committee-
Exemptions from the Restricted Research Policy

Date: May 13, 2013
Title of project: Boeing VTOL X-Plane Phantom Surfer: A Powered Ducted Fan Stand-Alone Wind Tunnel Model (RR13.508 Barrett 13.05.02)

Name of principal investigator or project director:
PI: Dr. Ronald M. Barrett-Gonzalez
Project Director: Bob Honea

Source or sources of funds for support of project:
Subcontract from Boeing Aerospace Corporation

Justification:
The Restricted Research Committee recommends approval based on the substantial scholarly or educational benefits of the project.


Date: November 26th, 2012
Title of project:
Higher Education and Life-time Earnings (12.11.14 – Kim)

Name of principal investigator or project director:
ChangHwan Kim

Source or sources of funds for support of project:
Spencer Foundation

Justification:
The Restricted Research committee recommends approval based on the view that the project has a substantial scholarly and educational benefit.

___________________________________________

Date: October 18th, 2012
Title of project:
Development of Dosage Forms and Delivery Systems for Anti-
Tumor Agents
Name of principal investigator or project director:
Roger Rajewski
Source or sources of funds for support of project:
NIH/NCI
Basis for approval: Has very substantial scholarly or educational benefits. Constitutes a very substantial public service.

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Date: September 22, 2012
Title of project:
Upgrading the Operational Submarine Mental Health Screening Test to Better Predict Psychological and Legal Discharges during First-Term Enlistment
Name of principal investigator or project director:
Carol Woods, Associate Professor, Psychology and Associate Scientist, Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis
Source or sources of funds for support of project:
SAIC (U.S. Navy)
Basis for approval: Has very substantial scholarly or educational benefits.

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Date: 7/6/2012
Title of project: “Preamble Assisted Equalization for Aeronautical Telemetry (PAQ)”
Project director: Erik Perrins, ITTC
Source of funds: Spectrum Efficient
Technology, Science & Technology (SET S&T), Department of Defense
Basis for approval: Has very substantial scholarly or educational benefits.


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