This two-day workshop in the responsible conduct of research is geared toward undergraduate students working in research in a variety of fields. It covers all eight of the core areas described by the Office of Research Integrity, including data management, conflicts of interests, human and animal participants, research misconduct, responsible authorship, mentor-mentee relationships, peer review, and scientific collaboration, using interactive, active learning techniques. After completing the workshop, students should have a better understanding of a variety of types of ethical issues that arise in research and how to address them in their own research.
Jun. 6 & Jun 7. 12:00pm-4:00pm. (Tentatively Scheduled)