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Development Series - Responsibilities to Society | FA 2.206 | December 5th, 2018, 10:00 AM | Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Series

The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Development Series is a blended learning, multi-session series designed to engage the UT Dallas research community in contemporary issues in research ethics and scientific integrity. Workshops will provide instruction commensurate with grant funding requirements for the NIH and NSF.

In order to earn an RCR Development Series certification, students, postdocs, and staff must complete the online RCR Foundations Training and attend the additional five core workshops.

 Core Workshops

• Introduction to Responsible Conduct of Research

• Designing Your Research

• Conducting Your Research

• Reporting Your Research

• Responsibilities to Society

Registration is required for attendance and seating is limited. Lite refreshments will be served.

For Questions Contact:

Suzanne Potts

972-883-5317

[email protected]

Development Series - Reporting Your Research | FA 2.206 | October 24th, 2018, 10:00 AM | Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Series

The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Development Series is a blended learning, multi-session series designed to engage the UT Dallas research community in contemporary issues in research ethics and scientific integrity. Workshops will provide instruction commensurate with grant funding requirements for the NIH and NSF.

In order to earn an RCR Development Series certification, students, postdocs, and staff must complete the online RCR Foundations Training and attend the additional five core workshops.

 Core Workshops

• Introduction to Responsible Conduct of Research

• Designing Your Research

• Conducting Your Research

• Reporting Your Research

• Responsibilities to Society

Registration is required for attendance and seating is limited. Lite refreshments will be served.

For Questions Contact:

Suzanne Potts

972-883-5317

[email protected]

Gifts Process Training | JSOM 1.517 | October 18th, 2018, 2:00 PM | Office of Research Training Sessions

Join the Offices of Sponsored Projects and Post Award Management as they guide you through the process of establishing a research gifts cost center. We will help you determine what is considered a research gift versus research grant, what documentation is needed and what should be submitted through workflow approval in order to receive a cost center.

Office of Sponsored Projects & Foundation Relations - Proposals and Funding | JSOM 1.517 | October 11th, 2018, 10:00 AM | Office of Research Training Sessions

Join the Office of Sponsored Projects and Foundation Relations as they explain the basics of finding and writing proposals for foundation fuding and what to do after you are awarded.  The differences between the two offices and how they interact will also be discussed.

Development Series - Conducting Your Research | FA 2.206 | October 10th, 2018, 10:00 AM | Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Series

The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Development Series is a blended learning, multi-session series designed to engage the UT Dallas research community in contemporary issues in research ethics and scientific integrity. Workshops will provide instruction commensurate with grant funding requirements for the NIH and NSF.

In order to earn an RCR Development Series certification, students, postdocs, and staff must complete the online RCR Foundations Training and attend the additional five core workshops.

 Core Workshops

• Introduction to Responsible Conduct of Research

• Designing Your Research

• Conducting Your Research

• Reporting Your Research

• Responsibilities to Society

Registration is required for attendance and seating is limited. Lite refreshments will be served.

For Questions Contact:

Suzanne Potts

972-883-5317

[email protected]

Human Subjects Research from an Engineer's Perspective | MC 2.404 | October 3rd, 2018, 10:00 AM | Office of Research Training Sessions

Does your research involve the following? Surveys, Interviews, Biomedical Devices? If so, you are conducting human subjects research. Human subjects research is most commonly associated with clinical scientists and academic disciplines focused on understanding human interaction and behavior. However, the need to collect or analyze data from human participants reaches to all disciplines at UTD – even to those who focus on algorithms and devices. Join us as Dr. Robert Gregg talks about human subjects research from an engineer’s perspective. He will discuss his research and experience with the Institutional Review Board.

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