The ability to resolve complex issues that arise in international research is critical to the success of U.S.-trained scientists and engineers. It is also essential to ensuring the integrity of U.S. research with international partners. With funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF #1135345), CGS embarked on a project to develop model approaches to assessing the learning of students who participate in collaborations such as joint and dual degree programs and research collaborations and exchanges.
CGS worked with funded institutions to:
Through a competitive process, the following institutions were selected to participate in the project as funded research partners:
An additional six universities participated as affiliate partners:
CGS has compiled a list of helpful resources for all institutions seeking to enhance the preparation of graduate students to confront ethical issues in international research. More information about the project goals and background can be found in a CGS Framework Paper written to guide the development of proposals.
Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF #1135345)
As the national advocate for graduate education, CGS serves as a resource for policymakers and others on issues concerning graduate education, research, and scholarship. Based in Washington, DC, the organization provides its members with regular updates and analyses of legislative and regulatory proposals and policies that affect graduate education.
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