Research ethics… conflicts of interest … collaboration and coauthorship… human subjects… Researchers across the social sciences deal with a host of issues that have to do with how we conduct our work in a responsible, ethical manner, and in a way which mitigates any potential harm our research activities may cause, from the planning stages right through until data management and publication. Join the School of Social Sciences in a discussion of the responsible conduct of research.
"Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar"
Kyle Stanford, Professor, Logic and Philosophy of Science, UCI
Alyssa Brewer, Assitant Professor, Cognitive Sciences, UCI
Dr. Christine Hegel-Cantarella, IRB Subcommittee C and Researcher in Anthropology
Bill Maurer, Professor, Anthropology, UCI
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway, Room 1517
Participants will discuss the history of ethics and where the responsible conduct of research today fits into that history; the ethics of research in laboratory and field settings; and issues in mentoring, collaboration and scholarly authorship. They will draw on their own research experiences here at UC Irvine.
This seminar is also strongly recommended for all students whose research is supported by extramural funds, or who plan to apply for funds from federal agencies. In accordance with the America COMPETES Act, RCR training is required of all students whose research is supported by federal grants.
Open to all social science graduate students. Light refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP to John Sommerhauser, firstname.lastname@example.org, by May 25.