Best Practices in RCR Awardees and Affiliates
    Awardees

    The Council of Graduate Schools, with funding from the National Science Foundation, awarded grants to eight universities to develop research ethics training programs for graduate students.

     

    As part of CGS’ Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) initiative, the grants targeted students in the physical sciences and engineering, as well as interdisciplinary programs. The following institutions received awards:

     

    Bradley University

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    Brown University

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    Old Dominion University

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    Rockhurst University

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    University of Alabama at Birmingham

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    University of Kansas

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    University of Nebraska—Lincoln

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    University of Oklahoma

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    Affiliates

    Appalachian State University

    Colorado State University

    Duke University

    East Carolina University

    Florida State University

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Indiana University

    Middle Tennessee State University

    The Ohio State University

    Oklahoma State University

    Oregon State University

    The Pennsylvania State University

    Texas State University—San Marcos

    University of Colorado—Boulder

    University of Idaho

    University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign

    University of Maryland—Baltimore County

    University of North Carolina—Charlotte

    University of Oregon

    University of Washington

     

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