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    Global Perspectives on Research Ethics and Scholarly Integrity
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Thursday, January 1, 2009
    1
    154 Pages

    The second Strategic Leaders Global Summit on Graduate Education took place in Florence, Italy in 2008, and addressed global issues shaping research ethics and scholarly integrity. In these proceedings, graduate leaders representing ten countries explain how their institutions are confronting key questions: What new strategies exist for educating a multinational or multicultural community for careers in research? What can graduate leaders do to ensure that international publishing environments are held to high standards of accountability? In addition to answering these and other questions, this volume identifies exciting new opportunities for international collaboration around issues of research ethics.

     

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