The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Workshop is designed to provide graduate students with information and training on research ethics and integrity. The objective of the RCR workshop is to discuss and provide knowledge-based tools to address the often complex issues which confront scholars during the course of their research careers. The lecture-discussion based two-half day workshops are offered each semester of the academic year. The topics include core areas associated with research ethics and integrity: Guidelines and RegulationsPlagiarismInstitutional Review Board (IRB) / Human and Animal SubjectsEthical Reasoning / Conflict of InterestData ManagementAuthorship and Publication Practices / Collaborative ResearchMentorshipInformed ConsentIntellectual PropertyGraduate students are required to successfully complete the RCR workshop prior to advancing to candidacy. The suggested time to take the RCR workshop for Master’s and Ph.D. students is during the fall semester of the second year of residence.NOTE: There is no fee requirement in order to participate in the 2-day workshop, however, students must be officially registered and validated to attend.
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