GRAD 930: Ethics in Research & Scholarship Offered in Fall 2014

GRAD 930: Ethics in Research & Scholarship Offered in Fall 2014

Aug 12, 2014
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The UNH Graduate School is offering GRAD 930: Ethics in Research and Scholarship in the Fall 2014 semester. Faculty, staff, and graduate students who have taken the course in the past have come from a wide variety of disciplines/areas across the campus, and the different perspectives they have brought to the course have enriched their educational experience. Ethical research is a core value at UNH, and this course engages participants in the conversation.  Here is what a former student said about the class,

“I thought the class was an 'eye-opening' experience and really codified a lot of things that graduate students just do not get exposed to.  More specifically, the less tangible things such as authorship, collaboration, and animal ethics.  I believe that this course should be mandatory for all graduate students and would really help clarify a lot of things that until this course were vague to me.”

Successful completion of this course fulfills the Graduate Council’s PhD RCR training requirement and the UNH NSF and USDA NIFA RCR training requirements. Course information is available at /research/rcr-instruction-unh#Graduate and on the time and room schedule.

The course is co-taught by Thomas Pistole (COLSA) and Julie Simpson (Research Office). Please contact Julie Simpson in Research Integrity Services at 603/862-2003 with any questions.

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