Courses and Workshops
Fall 2017 Course: "Academic Integrity and Research Ethics"
Tuesdays, September 5 - October 31
Woodward Hall 149
This intense 1-credit class that will familiarize you with acceptable practices in research publication, data management, working with humans and other animals in research, conflicts, mentoring (like picking a great mentor or advisor), predator publications, retractions, whistleblowing ethics, avoiding plagiarism and other misconduct issues. Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Certification is issued to those who complete the course.
Students wishing to receive transcript credit should register for CRN 60177 (OILS 593-004) or CRN 60175 (NSMS 550-001). Students wishing to enroll for Online Synchronous Learning should register for CRN 60178 (OILS 593-080) OR CRN 60176 (NSMS 550-081). If you would like to take the course for free and not receive transcript credit, please register here.
See a topic that interests you, but don't want to take the whole course? That's okay! Feel free to attend the session(s) you wish without registration.
Contact Dr. William Gannon (email@example.com) with questions about the course.
|09/05/2017|| Introduction to Responsible & Ethical Conduct in Research (RCR Part 1)|
|09/12/2017|| Whistleblowing & Mentoring (RCR Parts 2 & 3)|
Using Animals in Research
Human Subjects in Research (RCR Parts 3-5)
Frankenstein and the IRB (RCR Parts 5 & 9)
Authorship, Data Management, and Peer Review Ethics (RCR Parts 6-8)
Issues in Research Ethics with guest speaker Dr. John Gluck (RCR Parts 10-12)
Understanding U.S. Copyright Law with guest speaker Cindy Pierard
Research Ethics Student Presentations
Other RCR Certification Opportunities
|08/16 & 08/17/2017||8:30 AM - 12:00 PM||Intensive 2-Day RCR Certification|
Offered as part of Biology 502-025, a seminar for new Biology graduate students. Must get permission from instructor (Dr. Bill Gannon, firstname.lastname@example.org) to take the course.
|08/31, 09/07, 09/14, & 09/21||2:00-3:40 PM||Four-Day RCR Certification|
Offered as part of weeks 2-5 of Psychology 505. Must receive permission from instructor (Dr. Sarah Erickson, email@example.com) to sit in during these weeks of the course for RCR certification.
|Logan Hall 226|