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Ethics Office Update

November 08, 2013
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We have an update for grad students from SFU's Office of Research Ethics.

Amendment Submissions for Thesis Title Changes Not Required
The Office of Research Ethics in consultation with the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies and The Library Thesis Office has determined that the Title of the Thesis submitted to the Library does not have to match the title of the Letter of Ethics Approval.

Therefore, the Office of Research Ethics will no longer be processing amendments for Title Change Requests if the request is for the purpose of matching the Thesis Title to the Title of Letter of Ethics Approval. 

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