Ethics & Compliance Education Session: Research Misconduct and a Culture of Integrity

January’s monthly Ethics & Compliance Education Series will feature a presentation on the ethical considerations around the responsible conduct of research with a focus on the university’s processes for dealing with allegations of research misconduct.

Presented by Joe Rosse, associate vice chancellor of research integrity and compliance in the Research & Innovation Office, this informative session will provide attendees with a broad overview of research misconduct, including why it occurs, the CU Boulder philosophy, tools and resources available to members of the university community and processes in place to protect all parties. 

Rosse also will share the types and frequency of allegations reported to the Office of Research Integrity, as well as how the reporting process works, allowing attendees to gain an understanding of what to do and how to say something if the need arises. 

During the hour session, ample time for audience Q&A will exist to allow for a full understanding of the processes and resources in place.

Monday, January 22 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Student Recreation Center, Ice Rink Overlook Large Meeting Room
1855 Pleasant Street, Boulder, CO 80309

Event Type

Lecture/Presentation, Brown Bag

Interests

Development & Training, Ethics & Leadership, Research & Innovation

Audience

Faculty, Students, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, International Students, Staff

Website

https://www.colorado.edu/compliance/m...

Cost

No RSVP required. This presentation is free of charge.

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