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Ethics Infusion Program kicks off in February

January 24, 2014

University faculty, staff and students can now register for a free eight-week ethics workshop.

The Ethic Infusion Program kicks off at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26 in the Eddy Library with keynote addresses by Alan Rudolph, the vice president for research, and Rick Miranda, provost and executive vice president.

The goal of the Ethics Infusion Program is to provide a basic framework and the course material that would allow an instructor to introduce ethical issues in research for all courses that involve scientific research and/or the study of research methods.

The course directors are: Jane Kneller, chair of philosophy department;  and Kathy Partin, a professor of biomedical sciences, assistant vice President for fesearch and director of the research integrity and compliance review office.

The Ethics Infusion Program is funded through the philosophy department by the Office of the Provost to provide training-the-trainers workshops to help faculty talk about and teach professional norms to our students.

Registration and a light breakfast will be provided.  To register, go to the RICRO website.

For more information, please email