Remote Education

The foundation of any solid compliance program is education. The Research and Technology Transfer Team are available to meet with you or with all the members of your lab, center, department, or office to protect you and the institution.

The impacts of export controls run the gamut of typical daily activities in the life of the university, and there is simply no way we could ensure compliance on our own. Instead, we rely on faculty, staff, and students from across the institution to bring issues to our attention. We meet with faculty embarking on restricted research, with staff who play critical roles, with those making plans to travel to a comprehensively sanctioned country, and with anyone who has questions about research security and integrity. Please let us know at if you would like to schedule a meeting or training session.

We host an occasional series of discussions around Science and Security with a campus-wide audience. Feel free to contact us and learn when the next event is planned, or visit our Upcoming Events page.

For students taking online courses and residing in certain countries, US sanctions require a lisence. Details about requirements can be found here.