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Canceled: Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training Session

Wednesday, 01 April, 2020

Stephanie Solomon Cargill, Ph.D., will lead a workshop from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, in Rooms 110 and 111, Learning Resources Center, as part of the University’s Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training series. The session is “Navigating Relationships: Mentors, Mentees, and Collaborations in Research.”

The workshop, led by a panel of exemplary research mentors and moderated by Cargill will focus on the strategies to achieve the most effective mentoring relationships and collaborations, as well as the types of ethical conundrums that can arise in research relationships.  

Using cases and mentor experiences, attendees will learn to anticipate and plan for common ethical challenges faced in mentoring relationships and collaborations.

Presenters include:

Stephanie Solomon Cargill, Ph.D.,

David Ford, Ph.D.

Michelle Sabick Ph.D.

Jennifer Ohs, Ph.D.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) have established training requirements in RCR for programs supporting research training, career development or research education.

All graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows and trainees supported by research funds from the NIH and/or NSF are required to complete RCR online modules through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) and a minimum of eight hours of face-to-face RCR training.

This workshop will count as two hours of the eight face-to-face training hours required by NIH and NSF. RCR training requirements must be completed prior to the end of the grant-funded activity.

SLU provides a series of RCR workshops throughout the year to help researchers meet the face-to-face training requirements set by NIH. Attendance at four workshops will enable a person to meet the requirements.

Attending more than four training sessions is encouraged. This training is also highly recommended for all other research positions, including faculty, regardless of funding source, or unfunded.

Registration is requested.