Research Misconduct Finding
Roxana Gonzalez,  Carnegie Mellon University. Read more
J. Keith Hampton,  St. Luke's Hospital. Read more
Lois Bartsch,  University of Nebraska Medical Center. Read more

5th Biennial ORI Research Conference on Research Integrity

The ORI Research Conferences on Research Integrity provide a forum for scholars interesting in integrity in research to discuss crucial research problems, explore different research methods, and share research results, with the ultimate goal of furthering understanding about ways to foster integrity and deter misconduct in research.   Call for Abstracts

Final Report: Observing and Reporting Suspected Misconduct in Biomedical Research
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Council on Undergraduate Research Institutes

The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) will hold two institutes in June 2008 for faculty members and administrators from institutions that are interested either in initiating an undergraduate research program or in institutionalizing existing research activities.   Read more

Funding for Developing Comprehensive RCR Educational Models

The Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) is seeking applications from research universities desiring to participate in a collaborative project designed to generate comprehensive models for integrating research ethics and the responsible conduct of research (RCR) training into the fabric of graduate education.  The rationale and goals for this effort are explained in The Project for Scholarly Integrity in Graduate Education: A Framework for Collaborative Action.  CGS has issued a request for applications that has a July 30, 2008 submission deadline.  Five awards of $50,000 each will be made with support from ORI.  Eligibility is limited to CGS member institutions in the U. S.   Read more

Research Ethics Education Website

The Research Ethics Program at the University of California - San Diego has created a website - Resources for Research Ethics Education - for teachers of research ethics.  The website has four sections - Introduction, Topics, Educational Formats, and Discussion Tools.  The website is supported by members of the Responsible Conduct of Research Education Committee (RCREC) and the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE). Read more