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Stephen Nash <[log in to unmask]>
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Stephen Nash <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:21:02 -0400
VSE faculty:

Attached is a call for proposals to develop a 1-hour course on the 
responsible conduct of research.  Here are some comments from the 

    The George Mason University Office of Research Integrity & Assurance
    is developing a faculty-led course on the responsible conduct of
    research (RCR) and is seeking faculty proposals for course
    development during summer 2014.  The responsible conduct of research
    series will be offered during fall semester 2014.  The office is
    offering a $500 stipend for development of each one-hour interactive
    course with the additional expectation that selected faculty will
    attend one planning meeting in May 2014 and teach the one hour
    course fall semester 2014 during the RCR series.

    It is anticipated that the series will have 30 attendees, primarily
    graduate students but also post-doctoral scholars and undergraduate
    students.  Proposals should fit within one or more of the following
    categories of responsible conduct of research:

     1. conflict of interest -- personal, professional, and financial;
     2. policies regarding human subjects, live vertebrate animal
        subjects in research, and safe laboratory practices;
     3. mentor/mentee responsibilities and relationships;
     4. collaborative research including collaborations with industry;
     5. peer review;
     6. data acquisition and laboratory tools; management, sharing and
     7. research misconduct and policies for handling misconduct;
     8. responsible authorship and publication;
     9. the scientist as a responsible member of society, contemporary
        ethical issues in research, and the environmental and societal
        impacts of scientific research.

    ... To apply, complete the attached brief proposal document and
    submit to Donna Sherrard at [log in to unmask] no later than April 4,
    2014 at 5pm.


*From:*Aurali Dade
*Sent:* Tuesday, March 18, 2014 8:05 AM
*To:* Donna O Sherrard
*Subject:* RE: Research Council Meeting next Tues., March 18


   I have attached the RCR call for proposals and proposal form I will 
be discussing at the Research Council today.  Please pass this 
information along to the research council when you have a moment.

Thank you!


Aurali Dade, PhD

Assistant Vice President for Research Integrity & Assurance

George Mason University

(703) 993-5381

*From:*Donna O Sherrard
*Sent:* Wednesday, March 12, 2014 10:56 AM
*To:* Aurali Dade; Caroline E Valentino; College of Humanities and 
Social Sciences; Gerald A. Hanweck; Gregory Foster; Heather Aleknavage; 
Jessica C Holtzman; Keith A Howell; Keith R. Bushey; Kenneth De Jong; 
Lisa C Kahn; Liza Parfomak; Mary Bean; Michael Laskofski; Paul L. 
Posner; Peter R Barcher; Richard K Kelsey; Roger Stough; Sara Cobb; 
Scott Martin; Stephen G. Nash; Susan J Miller; Susan Mueller
*Subject:* Research Council Meeting next Tues., March 18

The Research Council will meet next Tuesday, March 18^th , 10:00 AM, 
Research Hall, room 162.  Please send agenda items.

Thank you,


Donna Sherrard

Executive Assistant to the VP for Research & Economic Development

George Mason University

4400 University Dr., MS 6D5

Fairfax, VA 22030


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Stephen G. Nash
Senior Associate Dean
Volgenau School of Engineering
George Mason University
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