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Professional Attitudes and Ethics, Responsible conduct of research and scholarship, Online / Webinar

Being an early career scholar

Workshop 1 Virtual Session: Being an Early Career Scholar

Scavenger Hunt due Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Pre-Workshop Readings • On Being a Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research: Third Edition Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research Advising and Mentoring (page 4)

Mistakes and Negligence (page 12)

Laboratory Safety in Research (page 28) 

Academic Programs (a listing of academic programs, policies and related information) • Appropriate information regarding academic advising and research for your graduate program (Masters or Doctoral)

Graduate Student Rights and Responsibilities (for Graduate Students only) Article 2: Academic Rights and Responsibilities for Graduate Students • Guidelines for Graduate Student Advising and Mentoring Relationships AND Guidelines for Integrity in Research and Creative Activities (PDF) • Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty: Second edition (for Post-Doctoral Trainees only) Chapter 5: Mentoring and Being Mentored • MSU Research & Scholarly Integrity Resources Mentor/Trainee Relationships

Your Graduate Handbook (request a copy if it is not online; for Graduate Students only)

Pre-Workshop Tasks (Graduate Program Advisors will be invited to attend this workshop)

Will be assigned by email prior to the Workshop