Responsible Conduct of Research @GW and Beyond: Registration now open!

A Weekly Seminar Course

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) @ GW and Beyond: A Weekly Seminar Course Launching September 1, 2022

The GW Office of Research Integrity announces a weekly seminar course designed to develop and strengthen ethical problem-solving skills and foster sensitivity to ethical issues in the conduct of research. Course participants will engage in discussions and active learning mechanisms facilitated by active researchers and administrators at the university.

Registration is open to the entire campus community including faculty, undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, staff and research administrators.  Limited to 25 participants!

Register today

About the RCR Course

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) @ GW and Beyond is a semester-long weekly seminar course designed to develop and strengthen ethical problem-solving skills as well as to foster sensitivity to ethical issues in the conduct of research. By examining ethical dilemmas in research, students can explore consequences of ethical decision-making, practice problem-solving strategies, and acquire the ability to respond appropriately to observed wrongdoing. Students will engage by participating in discussions and active learning mechanisms facilitated by active researchers and administrators at the university.

The RCR @ GW and Beyond course meets the National Institute of Health’s requirement of eight in-person training hours on RCR topics.

Weekly seminar course from September 1, 2022 - December 8, 2022

RCR at GW Fall 2022 Course

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