Appendix E Irb Approval From: Institution Review Board Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 2:37 Pm To: Gouge, William; Mowen, Carol; Garzon, Fernando L. Cc: Institution Review Board Subject: Irb Approval 844.042010: A

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APPENDIX E
IRB Approval
From: Institution Review Board
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 2:37 PM
To: Gouge, William; Mowen, Carol; Garzon, Fernando L.
Cc: Institution Review Board
Subject: IRB Approval 844.042010: A COMPARISON RESEARCH STUDY ON THE
USE OF SCHOOL UNIFORMS AND GRADUATION, ATTENDANCE, AND
SUSPENSION RATES IN EAST TENNESSEE
Dear William,

We are pleased to inform you that your above study has been approved by the Liberty
IRB. This approval is extended to you for one year. If data collection proceeds past one
year, or if you make changes in the methodology as it pertains to human subjects, you
must submit an appropriate update form to the IRB. Attached ...view middle of the document...

We will be glad to send you a written memo from the Liberty IRB, as needed,
upon request.



Sincerely,

Fernando Garzon, Psy.D.
IRB Chair, Liberty University
Center for Counseling and Family Studies Liberty University
1971 University Boulevard
Lynchburg, VA 24502-2269
(434) 592-4054 APPENDIX E
IRB Approval
From: Institution Review Board
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 2:37 PM
To: Gouge, William; Mowen, Carol; Garzon, Fernando L.
Cc: Institution Review Board
Subject: IRB Approval 844.042010: A COMPARISON RESEARCH STUDY ON THE
USE OF SCHOOL UNIFORMS AND GRADUATION, ATTENDANCE, AND
SUSPENSION RATES IN EAST TENNESSEE
Dear William,

We are pleased to inform you that your above study has been approved by the Liberty
IRB. This approval is extended to you for one year. If data collection proceeds past one
year, or if you make changes in the methodology as it pertains to human subjects, you
must submit an appropriate update form to the IRB. Attached you’ll find the forms for
those cases.

Thank you for your cooperation with the IRB, and we wish you well with your research
project. We will be glad to send you a written memo from the Liberty IRB, as needed,
upon request.



Sincerely,

Fernando Garzon, Psy.D.
IRB Chair, Liberty University
Center for...

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