Wednesday, March 25, 2015

U officials pledge "transparency" and "decisive action" while keeping investigation of second case of research abuse secret

If you have been following events here at the U for the past five years, you probably find to hard to imagine why anyone would believe the public statements about psychiatric research issued by university leadership.  And nothing has changed, even after the Legislative Auditor called out university leaders for their lies and stonewalling.  The talking points issued by the university communications office emphasize "transparency" and "accountability" and "decisive action" to improve research protection.  Yet the university continues to hide a secret investigation of possible research abuse six months after the investigation was completed.

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