Graduate School (GRAD)
GRAD 5000 (1) Responsible Conduct of Research
Training in handling issues such as conflicts of interest, mentor/mentee relationships, peer review, research misconduct and authorship and publication. Reviewing policies regarding human and animal subjects, safe laboratory practices. Instruction on conducting quality research including collaborative research, the scientist as a responsible member of society, ethical issues, rigor and reproducibility which will include effective design, execution, analysis, interpretation and communication.
GRAD 5100 (2) Graduate Training Course in Inclusive Excellence
Prepares graduate students in key areas of inclusive excellence relevant to teaching, research and professional conduct. Builds skills necessary to thrive in a multicultural environment and diverse workforce and strengthen the culture of inclusivity and diversity within academic units and the university. Provides unique opportunities for graduate student interaction and learning across the physical sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Requisites: Restricted to graduate students only.
Grading Basis: Letter Grade