The following is a list of Responsible Conduct of Research live session trainings or other workshops that qualify as Responsible Conduct of Research live session trainings for the Spring 2023 semester. Register for any of these sessions at https://www.orc.msstate.edu/training
Feb. 11, Online - 10-11 a.m.
AVOIDING PLAGIARISM FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS:
This workshop, offered in collaboration with the MSU Library, will discuss the importance of ethical research. Strategies for avoiding plagiarism will be included.
March 7, Online - 2-3 p.m.
ANIMAL RESEARCH AND ETHICS AT MSU: This session will include a panel of animal researchers and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee members from MSU that will answer questions about animal research and ethics at MSU. Submit your confidential questions online athttps://msudafvm.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3LbzNni2cC3qeXk
April 13, Online - 2-3 p.m.
LET'S TALK ABOUT FOREIGN GOVERNMENT TALENT RECRUITMENT PROGRAMS: What are Foreign Government Talent Recruitment Programs (FGTRP) and why are they so enticing to researchers? Learn about how the U.S. Government defines FGTRP and which agencies require specific disclosures. In the presentation, we will also discuss how the disclosure process works at MSU.
May 11, In-Person (301 Research Boulevard, Large Training Room) 2- 3:30 p.m.
CIVILITY, HARRASSMENT, AND INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT IN RESEARCH: Using interactive case studies, the main goal of this session is to increase education and open the floor for discussion with the research community with respect to both the wide range of inappropriate, problematic behaviors and, equally importantly, staff and manager/supervisor/leadership responsibilities as well as avenues for reporting, evaluating, remediating and eliminating such behaviors (including sexual harassment).