Yes! Antioch University LA offers a wide range of financial aid including scholarships, grants and Work-study Jobs. Students may also apply for a variety of Federal and State grants and loans and Work-study jobs. Learn more about financial aid for … Read More
Each campus has an IRB Chair and several IRB members. Your campus may designate specific departmental representatives as well. Please see the campus-specific information found under Step 3. The review of human participants’ research at Antioch University is a collaborative process … Read More
At AUNE principal researchers and their advisors are invited to attend a part of meetings of the IRB for Full Reviews. The purpose of this is educational so that student researchers will have an experience of the kind of discussion … Read More
The review of human participants’ research is confined solely to procedures affecting the rights and welfare of human participants. No evaluation is made of the content or scientific merit of the project, unless participants are found to be “at risk,” at which … Read More
When submitting projects, sufficient time should be allowed for adequate review. The IRB meeting schedules are posted under Step 3 of the IRB process. For projects requiring full review, proposals must be submitted one week prior to meetings in order to be included … Read More
Human participants research projects are submitted via a completed Application for Ethics Review. The form is available under step 5 of the AU IRB site.
Human participants research must be reviewed if it is conducted by any faculty, staff, student, or any person under the auspices of Antioch University.
The University has authorized the campus Institutional Review Boards to review and approve human participants’ research. The IRBs on each campus are made up of faculty, administrators, and at least one non-institutional member. Certain categories of research may be eligible for less intensive … Read More
It is University policy to reasonably ensure that the rights and welfare of human participants are adequately protected in research conducted under its auspices. In addition, both federal and state laws require this protection. In order for the University to fulfill its … Read More
“Human participants research” is defined as a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge, which involves the collection of data from or about living human beings (see Chapter 3 of the policy manual for more details on defining research).