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Webinar: (05-2023) Implementing New NSF RCR Requirements: Key Considerations for Institutions

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This webinar is free to all! 
This panel will address upcoming changes to current National Science Foundation (NSF) requirements for education in the responsible conduct of research (RCR) as mandated by the CHIPS and Science Act. The panelists will review best practices in RCR education, discuss how to meaningfully expand institutional requirements to include faculty and senior personnel, and address how institutions can support mentor training and mentorship in research. Time will be reserved to address questions.
*This webinar will be recorded, and will be made freely available shortly after. 

What will I learn to do?
  • Describe the upcoming changes to the NSF requirements for education in responsible conduct of research
  • List best practices in RCR education and identify potential challenges institutions may face when implementing these plans
  • Identify ways to involve faculty and senior personnel in RCR educational programs
  • Explain how institutions can support mentor training and mentorship in research
Who should attend?
RCR administrators; Institutional officials and research oversight professionals; Faculty

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  • Trisha Phillips, PhD

    Director of Research Integrity at West Virginia University

  • Tristan McIntosh, PhD

    Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Bioethics Research Center at Washington University School of Medicine

May 25, 2023
Thu 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 15M

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