RCR from OVPR: "U.S. Controls on Critical and Emerging Technologies: A Fireside Chat"





Please join IBM Government & Regulatory Affairs Executive Kevin Cuddy (pictured left) in a fireside RCR chat with GW Export Control Officer Cledwyn Jones (pictured right) as they discuss recent government regulatory changes impacting AI, the semiconductor industry, quantum computing, and many other areas defined as Critical and Emerging Technologies by the U.S. government.

Learn more and register to attend [calendar.gwu.edu]

For other upcoming RCR training sessions please visit our website: 

https://researchintegrity.gwu.edu/responsible-conduct-research#calendar [researchintegrity.gwu.edu]

About GW’s RCR sessions

These sessions are open to faculty, postdocs, students, and staff at GW, Children’s National, and academic institutions in the D.C. region. They are designed to help attendees meet the Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research training requirements set by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and other federal agencies.


They are hosted by the GW Office of the Vice Provost for Research [research.gwu.edu] and its Office of Research Integrity & Compliance [researchintegrity.gwu.edu]. For questions related to the event, contact Lela Abramishvili at lela.abramishvili@gwu.edu.


GW is committed to promoting the highest standards of ethical research and scholarly conduct while pursuing its research mission. This session is part of GW’s comprehensive Responsible Conduct of Research program, which includes events hosted by the Office of Research Integrity and Compliance and other campus partners.