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Integrating Research Ethics & Scholarship (IRES)
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education Integrating Research Ethics and Scholarship (IRES) program offers the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary conversations centered on research ethics related issues. IRES events are geared toward graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. Sessions focus on how to think through ethical dilemmas one may encounter in their research and training. Anyone is welcome to attend these events. If you are interested in engaging with colleagues from across campus, having breakfast, and discussing research ethics, please click on the 2015-2016 IRES events link below.
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.
Past IRES Events