Bucknell's Institutional Review Board (IRB) is the body charged with reviewing and approving all proposed research involving human subjects, whether funded or not, conducted under the auspices of Bucknell University by its faculty, students or staff, or by outside investigators using Bucknell University students, personnel, facilities, or data collected at the University.Download the IRB Policy Manual
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The fundamental purposes of accreditation are to assure the quality and effectiveness of Bucknell's educational programs and services.
Bucknell University was chartered in the State of Pennsylvania on February 5, 1846. The Charter has been amended periodically in accordance with the laws of Pennsylvania by the Court of Union County, including amendments to comply with the requirements and procedures specified in the Pennsylvania Nonprofit Corporation Laws of 1972 and 1988.
In addition to the regional accreditation of the whole institution, specific University programs must also meet all the standards of "specialized" accreditors such as: ABET, CSAB, NASM, PDE, ACS and NCAA.
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