RCR Workshops at FAU
The Graduate College, in partnership with the Division of Research, offers a series of workshops each fall and spring semester on the Responsible Conduct of Research for all currently-enrolled graduate students at FAU. The workshops are led by FAU faculty and cover the nine instructional areas of RCR.
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) is a mandatory
course for all students working on NSF or NIH-funded programs.
Spring 2014 Sessions:
- February 4 - Conflict of Interest
- February 11 - Protection of Human Subjects and Welfare of Research Animals
25 - Responsible Authorship & Publication, Peer Review and Mentor/Mentee Responsibilities
- March 11 - Data Management Practices, Research Misconduct and Collaborative Research
- February 7 - Conflict of Interest
21 - Protection of Human Subjects and Welfare of Research Animals
- February 28 - Responsible Authorship & Publication, Peer Review and Mentor/Mentee Responsibilities
- March 14 - Data Management Practices, Research Misconduct and Collaborative Research
All four components are mandatory in order to receive certification of completion. You may choose classes from either Tuesday Sessions or Friday Sessions to work with your schedule as long as you complete all four mandatory components. Lunch will be provided at 11:45 at no cost. All classes to be held in the Student Services Building, Room 132. Workshop starts promptly at noon and ends at 1:50.
To obtain the most benefit from the RCR workshops, students should complete CITI online training prior to attending RCR workshops. Please note that CITI training need be completed only once and covers general RCR education. In conjunction with CITI training, FAU’s RCR workshops offer more specific instruction and satisfy NSF and NIH requirements.
For questions about the RCR workshops at FAU, please contact Angela Lints at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561-297-2343 (Graduate College).
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