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Webinar #1 Professional Ethics and Scholarly Integrity
This webinar will begin with a framing of:
The webinar will then focus on discussion of scholarly integrity, including authorship, research design and analysis, advising and mentoring, and professional preparation.
Webinar #2 Responsible Conduct of Research
After a brief recap of the issues brought forth in the first webinar, the focus of discussion will be primarily in the area of responsible conduct of research and include such issues as:
An introduction to global challenges will also be highlighted in the series, including differences in terminology/research compliance and scholarly misconduct practices; publications and grants; and mechanisms for preventing and resolving possible conflicts (e.g., patent rights, authorship, grant funding).
Registered Individuals Receive:
About the Panelists:
Karen P. DePauw, Ph.D.
Karen DePauw is Vice President and Dean for Graduate Education at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and tenured Professor in the Departments of Sociology and Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise. Prior to Virginia Tech, she served 22 years on the faculty at Washington State University and held several administrative positions. In her faculty and administrative positions, she has been a strong advocate for diversity and equity in higher education and has spoken at national conferences on changing roles and responsibilities of faculty, preparing the future professoriate and change facing the 21st century university. Dr. DePauw has earned a scholarly reputation in the fields of kinesiology, disability sport and disability studies. She has published extensively , presented keynote and scholar lectures around the world. She has served as a journal editor, on numerous editorial boards, and in numerous leadership positions for national and international sport science associations. Dr. DePauw will serve as the lead facilitator of the webinar series, and primary presenter of the first webinar.
Darla Castelli, Ph.D.
Darla Castelli is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at The University of Texas at Austin. Formerly a health and physical education teacher, she is a past president of Maine AHPERD and a 1995 Teacher of the Year. A member of the Research Consortium Ethics Committee, Dr. Castelli is a Fellow of the RC. From a pedagogical perspective, she studies the effects of physical activity and metabolic risk factors on cognitive performance in school-aged children. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the American Dietetic Association, and U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Castelli will be a panelist on both webinars and serve as lead panelist on the second webinar.
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