College of Business and Behavioral Science

Institutional Review Board

Committed to protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research conducted by any member of the faculty, staff, or student body, regardless of source of funding. Clemson University subscribes to the basic ethical principles that underlie the conduct of biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects as set forth in the Belmont Report, the statement of ethical principles and guidelines for the protection of human subjects published in 1979 by the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research. The IRB is charged with ensuring that the rights and welfare of human subjects are protected in all research projects involving Clemson University faculty, staff, and students.
 
The IRB has the responsibility and authority to review, approve, disapprove, or require changes in research activities involving human subjects. All research activities involving human subjects, regardless of source of funding, must be reviewed by the Clemson University Institutional Review Board.
 
CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Robin Kowalski (2014)
Jim McCubbin (2014)
(Alt) DeWayne Moore (2013)

2011-12
Robin Kowalski (2014)
Jim McCubbin (2014)
(Alt) DeWayne Moore (2013)
 
2010-11
Robin Kowalski (2014)
Jim McCubbin (2014)
(Alt) DeWayne Moore (2013)
 
2009-10
Robin Kowalski
DeWayne Moore