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Research Policies

Research Policies

The University of Dayton, including the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI), established in 1956, has a proud history of conducting business with high standards of ethics and integrity. As a government contractor, the University considers compliance with applicable laws and regulations to be essential for performing business. We strive to propose and perform sponsored research that both satisfies sponsor requirements, by providing innovative solutions through quality research and advanced technology, and contributes to the fulfillment of the University's education, research, and public service commitments through the involvement of students, faculty, and external partners.

The University of Dayton Research Policies articulate the University’s commitment to these high standards.

University of Dayton Research Policies


For questions relating to the University policies of Research, please contact:

Kelli Tittle, Research Compliance & Export Control Administrator