Teaching Research Ethics for the 21st Century
A trainer-of-trainers conference
June 8-11, 2014
Governor Calvert Inn
This trainer-of-trainers conference is designed to prepare faculty and administrators to establish or improve instruction in research ethics.In addition to the information gained at the conference, participants will receive extensive curricular resources including syllabi, PowerPoint presentations, handouts for students, in-class exercises, cases for discussion, and a lengthy bibliography. This conference builds on the expertise of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Assist, and the former Survival Skills and Ethics Program at the University of Pittsburgh. It represents a novel collaboration on the annual trainer-of-trainers conference that the Survival Skills and Ethics Program had offered for over 17 years.