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★NEW★【Announcement】GJEC Lectures in English「Research Ethics」

To: All GSST Students

From: Sadahiro Tsurekawa

Director of Global Joint Education Center for Science and Technology

 

Announcement of Lecture in English

(Subject for Science and Technology/Advanced General Education/Basic Science for Technological Innovation)

(Subject for Science and Technology/Advanced General Education/General Subjects)

 

Global Joint Education Center for Science and Technology (GJEC) will offer the following lecture in English.

 

【Title】   Research Ethics

※For students who enrolled in or after 2018, this lecture will be held as one of the

subjects for Advanced General Education/Basic Science for Technological Innovation.

※For Students who enrolled in or before 2017, this lecture will be held as one of the

subjects for Advanced General Education/General Subjects.

 

【Instructor】 Cheryl Lynn Ames (Tohoku University)

 

【Schedule】 February 21(Mon), 2022  10:25-11:55,12:55-14:25,14:40-16:10

February 22(Tue), 2022  10:25-11:55,12:55-14:25,14:40-16:10

February 24(Thu), 2022  10:25-11:55,12:55-13:40

 

【Credit】  1 Credit

 

【Code】  For students who enrolled in or after 2018

(Master) 49142 (Doctor) 79142

For students who enrolled in or before 2017

(Doctor) 69979

 

【Category】 Ⅲ(Books: English, Language: English)

 

【Abstract】

Students will gain experience in technical writing, including learning ways to avoid plagiarism, as well as guidelines for establishing ethical and equitable collaborations on research projects and publications, mentoring students and volunteer participants, obtaining proper permission for use of intellectual property and photo and video documentation, following guidelines for research involving live subjects, and respecting standards for data acquisition, management and deposition. The course also addresses peer-review responsibilities, as well as conflict of interest and commitment, appropriate professional behavior at work and in the public eye, and whistle-blowing. In addition to being a crash-course demonstrating the scientific community’s efforts to prevent ethical violations, students will work together to analyze case studies related to research ethics.

Day 1: Ethics of designing experiments (Design it as though you are the subject!)

Day 2: Ethics of conducting experiments (Set the bar high!);

Day 3: Ethics of reporting the findings (Hide nothing!).

 

【Add and Drop】

If you wish to take this class, fill out the form at Academic Affairs/International Section of GSST until the deadline below.

Registration Deadline: February 14(Mon), 2022 13:00

 

If you wish to withdraw this class after the registration, fill out the form at Academic /International Affairs Section until the following deadline.

Cancellation Deadline: February 18(Fri), 2022

 

【Note】

Be sure to do the cancellation procedure if you do not attend this class. Otherwise your grades will be processed.

 

★GJEC HP・・・https://www.fast.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/gjec/en/

 

【Register and Inquiry】

Academic Affairs/International Section of GSST (Tel: 096-342-3013)