Fall Training in Academic Ethics - Final Session - Oct. 25

The Office of Sponsored Programs, Graduate College and Honors program will present four academic ethics training workshops for undergraduate and graduate students during the Fall 2012 semester. Students are invited to participant in one or more workshops. Refreshments will be provided.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Please use the form following the workshop descriptions to register.

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More information?

Please contact Anita Gordon at anita.gordon@uni.edu or 319-273-6148.

Workshops:

Academic Ethics for Undergraduate Students

Tuesday, September 11th, 2:00-4:00 pm, University Room, Maucker Union

This session will review key concepts related to academic integrity in college.  Participants will learn how and why to avoid plagiarism on student papers, how to engage in collaborative work, and how to interact ethically with professors and colleagues.  The session will target undergraduate students, but all students are welcome.

IRB-Human Subjects Workshop for Undergraduate Student Researchers

Wednesday, September 26th, 2:00-4:00 pm, University Room, Maucker Union

This session will cover the ethical principles and regulations regarding research involving humans, including the UNI Institutional Review Board (IRB) review process and procedures.  This workshop will satisfy the training requirement for researchers who plan to conduct human subjects research.

IRB-Human Subjects Workshop for Graduate Student Researchers

Monday, October 1st, 2:00-4:00 pm, University Room, Maucker Union

This session will cover the ethical principles and regulations regarding research involving humans, including the UNI Institutional Review Board (IRB) review process and procedures.  This workshop will satisfy the training requirement for researchers who plan to conduct human subjects research.

Ethics in Scholarship for Graduate Students

Thursday, October 25th, 2:00-4:00 pm, Ballroom A, Maucker Union

This session will help graduate students become acquainted with key ethical issues involved in academic scholarship and research.  The workshop will include brief presentations, role plays by student actors, and faculty-facilitated case study group discussion.  This is a fun, interactive workshop for all participants.  The topics will be Ethnics in Academic Relationships (e.g., Mentoring/Being Mentored) and Respecting Ownership of Intellectual and Creative Works.  This session will satisfy the requirement for research ethics training for students employed on NSF and NIH projects.

Registration Form: