Represent Concordia Graduate Students at 3rd World Conference on Research Ethics
The School of Graduate Studies wants to send 8 research master and PhD graduate students to the 3rd World Conference on Research Ethics. Selected students will have all conference fees covered. After attending the conference, participants will share results with other graduate students through the development and delivery of a GradProSkills training resource that could include a workshop, panel discussion or podcast series.
May 5-8, 2013 in Montreal
Conference fees covered by the School of Graduate Studies ($250.00) PLUS opportunity to add to your Academic CV by participating in the development and delivery of a GradProSkills research management training resource
Research ethics are key to the academic endeavour. Whether in the lab, the library or in the field, researchers have the responsibility to collect and present information in an accurate and respectful way. Learn more about the current state of worldwide progress on research integrity, discuss new challenges and emerging topics, and help shape national and international responses. The world conference on research integrity provides a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas, expertise, and experience among national and institutional leaders, policy makers, research funders, leaders of professional societies, journal editors, publishers, researchers, educators, administrators, and graduate and postdoctoral trainees. For more information about the conference visit the website: http://wcri2013.org/overview_e.shtml
Selected graduate students will participate in a pre-conference workshop
Post-conference meeting to discuss development and delivery of GradProSkills resources to share research ethics information with other graduate students.
SUMMER or FALL
Delivery of research ethics resource
HOW TO REPRESENT CONCORDIA?
Complete the application form including 150-word statement highlighting your interest to attend the conference by FEBRUARY 1, 2013 to: email@example.com
Selected graduate students will be notified by February 15, 2013.