Graduate Education for RCR Awardees and Affiliates
    Awardees

    The Council of Graduate Schools, with funding from the Office of Research Integrity, awarded grants to 10 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 institutions that received awards were:

     

    Arizona State University

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    Duke University

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    Florida State University

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    New York Medical College

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    Old Dominion University

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    University of Kansas

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    University of Missouri—Columbia

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    University of New Hampshire

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    University of Rhode Island

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    University of Utah

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    Affiliates

    Boston College

    Chicago School of Professional Psychology

    Clemson University

    Columbia University

    Eastern Washington University

    Florida International University

    Fordham University

    Hood College

    Howard University

    Michigan State University

    Purdue University

    San Diego State University

    Towson University

    University of Arkansas

    University of Arkansas—Little Rock

    University of California—Davis

    University of Hawaii—Manoa

    University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign

    University of Maryland—Baltimore County

    University of Massachusetts—Amherst

    University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill

    University of North Carolina—Charlotte

    University of Wisconsin—Madison

    Utah State University

    Western Michigan University

     

     

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