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Half-Day RCR Workshop: Leadership and Communication Skills for Researchers

Ended Nov 10, 2023
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Full course description

Term: Fall 2023

Date: November 10th, 2023

Time: 12:30pm - 4:30pm

Location: University Mall 2104

Instructors: Greg Beecher, Sara Dreier, & Michelle Carter

Presented By: Scholarly Integrity & Research Compliance (SIRC)



The Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance’s Investigator Series provides researchers with a peer-to-peer forum to share ethical considerations that they make during the design, conduct and dissemination of their research. This style of learning opens the door to new perspectives and meaningful conversations in the pursuit of research excellence.” (from Investigator Series website)  

This training event, as part of the Investigator Series, will provide responsible conduct of research training hours required by NSF and NIH grants.  According to one article published by the National Library of Medicine, “the goal of such education is arguably first to promote responsible conduct and, at most secondarily, to decrease research misconduct.” Common topics for RCR trainings include; conflict of interest, research misconduct, human subjects, management, peer review, collaborative science, and mentor-trainee responsibilities.  Talent Development is being asked to specifically address the skill and competencies needed to build healthy mentor-trainee relationships and create a healthy culture in a research team.