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Integrating Research Ethics & Scholarship (IRES)
The Graduate School's Integrating Research Ethics and Scholarship (IRES) offers novice and seasoned researchers and scholars educational opportunities and resources that reflect best practices in ethics education and scholarly integrity. Each fall and spring, seminars on research ethics topics are offered to the campus community. Past topics included authorship and plagiarism, research misconduct, human subjects research, mentors and mentee responsibilities, navigating difficult conversations, collaborations, and the ethics of social media research.
If you are a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher interested in learning more about research ethics, consider applying for the IRES Fellows Program. Fellows are chosen from all over campus and spend time having interdisciplinary discussions on the core areas of research ethics identified by the Office of Research Integrity. To learn more about the IRES Fellows Program, please click on the link below.