APPE – Teaching Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity

APPE is pleased to announce that Teaching Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity, a pre-conference workshop, will be held in conjunction with the Twenty-seventh Annual Conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.

The workshop will be a forum for novice and experienced ethics educators to learn about new and in-development resources for teaching research ethics, scientific integrity, and science and engineering ethics broadly. A combination of presentations and interactive sessions will jumpstart your annual conference experience. The $125 registration fee provides coffee and tea throughout the day and a working lunch.

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Teaching Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity

Thursday, March 1, 2018
  • Welcome and “Institutional RCR Plans: RCR and STEM Ethics Education in Context”
    Elizabeth Heitman
  • Online Courses 
    Nicholas Steneck. “The Epigeum Online RCR Course.”
    Karin Ellison. “Using a CITI RCR Course in a Hybrid Class.”
  • An Online Repository: The Online Ethics Center 
    Elizabeth Cady and Joseph Herkert
  • Resources: Case Collections
    Donna Riley and Yanna Lambrinidou. “Core Values for Community-Engaged STEM Research.”
    Keith Miller, Jason Borenstein, and Joseph Herkert. “Three Cases on Self-Driving Vehicles with Commentaries.”
    Corinna Raimondo. “RCR Class Activities on Mentorship and Authorship for Engineers.”
  • Lunch Panel: Online Resources
    Emily Anderson. “RCR Casebook: Stories about Researchers Worth Discussing.”
    Christina Bennett. “Professional Integrity: Best Practices for Publishing Your Work.”
  • Resources: Methods 
    Michael O’Rourke and Zachary Piso. “Values and Responsibility in Interdisciplinary Environmental Science: A Dialogue-Based Framework for Ethics Education in Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Graduate Education.”
    Kelly Laas, Chris Miller, Ciara Taylor, and Samantha Dempsey. “Bottom-Up Ethics: Real World Training for Professional Practice.”
  • Mentoring and RCR
    Dena Plemmons. “Incorporating RCR into Mentoring with Checklists and IDPs.”
  • Closing Remarks 
    Workshop organizers

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