On this page you will find workshops that are offered during the 2014-2015 academic year. These workshops will introduce you to concepts concerning the responsible and ethical conduct of research. Events will be added to this page throughout the year, so please check back for more offerings. In addition, please visit the Responsible Conduct of Research page for online training modules and information on how to get certification for RCR workshops.
Summer 2015 workshops
Do you own the product of your work? Intellectual property is any invention, discovery, trade secret, technology, scientific or technological development, computer software, or other form of expression that is in a tangible form. Director of Technology Management, Teri Schultz, will provide invaluable information about intellectual property ownership, patents, trademarks, and more.
Thursday, July 9, 2015 12:00-1:00pm Room: Planetarium Conference Room (3rd floor, Chemistry & Physics Building)
Reservations strongly encouraged. Click here to register. Light lunch available to registered participant.
Authorship, Publication, and Peer Review
Responsible authorship/publication practices are the activities of preparing research findings for dissemination in a manner that ensures the integrity of the research process. Dr. Alexa Smith-Osborne, Associate Professor in the School of Social Work, and Anand Puppala, Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering, will lead a discussion on this critical topic.
Mentors, Mentoring, and Responsible Conduct of Research
Dr. Raymond Jackson, Associate Dean in the Office of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology will lead a discussion of the critical roles a mentor plays in the research setting.
Dr. George Kondraske recently served as the chair of a panel investigating an allegation of research misconduct. This workshop will provide a brief review of basic information regarding research misconduct and will then focus on sharing observations and experiences from this recent investigation experience. This will include the type of misconduct investigated, the investigative process, and comments regarding the wide-ranging impact of what may appear to some to be a simple case of "taking liberties" with the facts in the conduct of research.
Managing your Research Data
This Responsible Conduct of Research workshop is designed to introduce you to the best practices on maintaining the integrity of your data. This workshop will also help you ensure the utility of your research results by applying the principles of research integrity. Learn specific phases for working with data. Discover the best practices necessary to maintain data integrity so that your results are useful to the expansion of your field.