Selkirk College is committed to high standards of integrity, accountability and responsibility in the conduct of any college-sanctioned research that is done by college faculty, staff or students, or by any other scholars that have a formal association with the college. We follow Policy 8710 – Integrity in Research, Policy 8700 – Research Involving Human Participants and Policy 8701 – Care and Use of Animals in Research and Teaching in our daily work. All research involving human participants is reviewed by the Selkirk College Research Ethics Committee, which is guided by the Tri-Council Policy Statement: 2 Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2). Faculty, staff and students undertaking research that involves human participants are required to complete the Tri-Council Policy Statement 2 Core Tutorial.
To learn more about research ethics proposal requirements, related deadlines, appropriate forms to use, and how to submit a proposal to the Research Ethics Committee:
Employees of Selkirk College should go to the Research Ethics section of MySelkirk.
Students should contact their Selkirk College Supervisor who will access the Research Ethics Committee information and above named forms from MySelkirk.
Researchers who are not employees of Selkirk College should contact the committee’s Administrative Assistant, Tyanna Popoff for information on how to proceed.