This is a trainer-of-trainers workshop.
Leaders in the field of research ethics and education will provide attendees with information, strategies, and extensive curricular resources to help them offer training in research ethics at their institutions or within their professional societies. Workshop participants will learn interactive approaches for providing instruction that will engage and stimulate their audience. A variety of sessions will allow both novice and experienced instructors in research ethics to benefit.
The workshop is relevant to individuals in all research-oriented fields who will be providing training in research ethics to individuals ranging from undergraduates to faculty and staff, as well as to other trainers. Registration is limited to 40 and participants are selected competitively. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Limited financial assistance is available.
The workshop is funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.