MACC supports and encourages the professional growth of our students, faculty, staff, and researchers from outside of our institution. We want to ensure that human subjects (living individuals) and their personally identifiable information (PII) are protected at all times in any research project.
Anyone who would like to conduct research at MACC that involves human subjects (and/or their PII), must submit their project for review to the Research Review Panel by filling out the Research Proposal Application. The completed application should be sent to Dr. Todd Martin, Vice President for Instruction (firstname.lastname@example.org).
MACC’s Research Review Panel consists of the Vice President for Instruction, the Director of Institutional Reporting and Compliance, and representatives from the following areas: Social Science, Math/Science, Workforce and Technical Education, and Health Sciences.
To determine whether a proposed project is considered Exempt or Non-Exempt Human Subject Research, panel members will refer to National Institutes of Health guidance:https://grants.nih.gov/policy/humansubjects/research.htm.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Todd Martin, Vice President for Instruction, email@example.com or 660-263-4100 x 11264 or
Meghan Holleran, Director of Institutional Reporting & Compliance, firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-263-4100 x 11208.
Procedures for Applying to Conduct Research at MACC
Below are the procedures for applying to conduct research at MACC. This applies to both internal and external requests.
It will assist the Research Review Panel in reviewing your application if you answer the questions on the application form in such a way that indicates you have considered the following:
If the answer is yes to any of the below questions, you may be asked to provide additional information/documentation or complete training to conduct research on human subjects.