Navigating Ethical Issues in the University
Nov 05, 2013
from 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm
|Contact Name||Jackie Fryer|
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Description. The hard part of graduate work is completing the degree, right? Not so fast! We will explore the ethical dilemmas that arise in the University: in the classroom, in the research arena, in professional interactions, and discuss opportunities for resolution.
Learning Outcomes. During the session, attendees will:
1. Discuss who to call if they have any ethical question
2. Learn the processes for dealing with research misconduct and questionable research practices
3. Learn the processes for disclosing external interests and the management strategies the institution employs to deal with such disclosures.
Presenter. Dr. Ratterman is director of the Research Integrity Program at the University of Louisville. Dr. Ratterman first joined Research Integrity in its inaugural year (2001) as a Research Integrity Specialist bringing a background in biological engineering. Since 2001, she has worked to develop and enhance programs and opportunities in the Responsible Conduct of Research as well as cultivating relationships with compliance, unit and department representatives across the Institution.