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Mentorship and Research Integrity: Discussions for mentors and mentees

Speaker

Jen Gay, PhD and Kelsey Smith, PhD

REGISTRATION: Click Here NOTE: Registration closes 24 hours before event start. Please register ahead of the event. Registrants will receive Zoom information and related materials by email one week and one day prior the event. Reserve your seat in the virtual Research Integrity Roundtable "Mentorship and Research Integrity: Discussions for mentors and mentees" on Thursday, May 2 from 5:30-7:00 pm. Participants will learn about why good mentorship is important, crucial components of mentorship in research, and tips to combat poor mentorship for mentors and mentees. Participants will discuss a case study related to a mentorship dilemma in small groups and as a large group. Participation in this event fulfills the RCR-200 requirement for Faculty and Staff, the 200-level NSF RECR requirement, and the 714 RCR credit for graduate students. Participants must attend for 60 minutes and participate in breakout room discussion to receive credit. Contact: ASIST asist@duke.edu For more information on the NSF RECR training requirement please see the myRESEARCHpath page.

Categories

Ethics, Research, Training, Workshop/Short Course