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Graduate Education in Research Ethics for Scientists and Engineers

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Summary: "Graduate Education in Research Ethics for Sciencists and Engineers" is a project funded by the National Science Foundation (SES 0629377) to design and integrate a pilot program in research ethics for graduate students in science and engineering to prepare them to face the complex and encompassing ethical and social issues that arise in professional activity. This project is being built around three key components: (1) Three specially designed graduate student workshops, a freestanding course, and a capstone activity will provide students with problem-solving skills and a conceptual framework in research ethics; (2) Participants in faculty development workshops will design research ethics cases and materials to provide graduate students with practice and guidance in confronting ethical challenges in research; (3) Faculty mentoring workshops will foster collaboration between faculty experienced with integrating ethidcs and those new to the task. This collection of modules in Connexions will describe these activities and display modifications and improvements as these activities evolve and are tried out at different locations. The conversion of this workshop activity into module and course formats has come about through the EAC Toolkit project, NSF SES 0551779

Instructor: William Frey

Institution: University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez

Course Number: ADEM 6___

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This collection contains: Modules by: Jose A. Cruz-Cruz, William Frey.

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