Research Compliance

Huron’s research compliance team conducts assessments and develops programs that mitigate compliance risk without imposing unnecessary constraints on institutional operations.

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  • Fostering International Collaboration While Managing Undue Foreign Influence in Academic Research

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    In the simplest terms, the goal for research institutions should not be to impede international collaboration but rather to make it more transparent.

  • Seeing Around the Corner: Using Intellectual Property Data to Proactively Monitor Foreign Influence Risk

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    With increased scrutiny around higher ed and foreign entities, institutions can utilize data and IP sources to provide risk management and conflict monitoring.

  • Managing Compliance and Financial Risks Amid Change

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    For colleges and universities to mitigate the risks associated with unforeseen staff shortages, it is critical for leaders to work to maintain a robust system of internal controls.

  • Section 117: Where Foreign Influence and Gift Management Often Collide

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    The ED has increased efforts to monitor colleges’ and universities’ compliance with Section 117 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 relating to foreign gifts.

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