Ethics in Scholarship (Responsible Conduct of Research) - REGISTER HERE for any/all sessions
All of the RCR sessions help to satisfy federal requirements for training in research ethics for students employed on NSF and NIH grants, and will contribute credit toward earning the Certificate for Ethics in Research and Scholarship. Each session fits within the Part A requirement, unless otherwise stated. Most sessions targets graduate students, but all are welcome to attend. Registration is required for all RCR sessions. For further information on RCR sessions, email Ryan Solomon at email@example.com.
Ethical Data Management & Presentation
Thursday, September 20, 2018, 12:00-2:00 pm, Rod Library Room 287
Led by Helen Harton, Ph.D, Professor of Psychology, this session will present and discuss ethical issues in data storage and management, as well as how to ethically author and present your results using various methods of dissemination. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics and the Graduate College.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 3:00-4:15 pm, ScholarSpace (Rod Library Room 301)
This workshop will provide detailed instruction in how to appropriately acknowledge sources and avoid plagiarism of others' work as well as one's own. Collaboration in authorship and appropriate dissemination will also be discussed. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics, the Graduate College, Rod Library, & The Learning Center.
Social Responsibility in Research
Thursday, October 4, 2018, 12:00-2:00 pm, Rod Library Room 287
Helen Harton, PhD., Professor of Psychology, will present and lead discussion on the ethical issues involved in conducting research projects involving human participants, animal care and use, and the potential impacts of research integrity or misconduct on communities and society. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics and the Graduate College.
Social Media as a Research Recruitment Tool: Ethical Considerations and Guidelines for IRBs
Monday, October, 22, 2018, 1:30pm – 3:00 pm, RSP Conference Room, 213 East Bartlett Hall
Ethics in Qualitative Research
Monday, October 29, 2018, 3:00-4:00 pm, Maucker Union, Presidential Room
This faculty panel discussion will help participants become acquainted with key ethical issues involved in qualitative research and scholarship. C. Kyle Rudick will present on Krumer-Nevo's work framework for conducting qualitative research in ways that do not Other participants. He will discuss concepts of objectification, de-contextualization, and de-historization, and de-authorization, and how to evaluate one's own or other's research using these criteria. Kamryn Warren will address ethical considerations and best practices surrounding ethnographic research on forced migration and refugee experiences both domestically and abroad. Susan Etscheidt will present several propositions and proposals for achieving the ethical ideals of autonomy, beneficence, and justice in research with students with disabilities. She will discuss sustaining parental permission and child assent throughout the research process and explore how a presumption of competence can guide researchers to actively involve children with disabilities in research. The session will help to satisfy the requirements for research ethics training for students employed on NSF and NIH projects. This session targets graduate students, but all are welcome to attend. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics and the Graduate College.