This workshop fulfills the Graduate School’s three-hour ethics workshop requirement for graduation (Ph.D. only) as well as the eight-hour Responsible Conduct of Research requirement. Sessions focus on different aspects of the responsibilities and ethics in the conduct of research, such as recognizing and approaching ethical problems, mentoring, conflicts of interest and commitment, avoiding plagiarism, intellectual property, research misconduct, human subject research, and animal research and lab safety. Registration for the RCR/Ethics workshop is available here. More information on the workshop can be viewed on the Ethics and RCR Workshop page.
Humanities students can fulfill the three-hour Ethics requirement by attending the Research Integrity Workshop on the afternoon of 1/11/16. Registration for the Research Integrity Workshop is available here.