Open slots for 2007 Attendance - Survival Skills/Ethics Training, Aspen CO

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Open slots for 2007 Attendance - Survival Skills/Ethics Training, Aspen CO

Postby Dave Jensen » Mon Mar 19, 2007 2:09 pm

We don't ordinarily do meeting announcements on this forum, but because this one is so intimately attuned to the topics we discuss, I would urge anyone who can potentially get involved with these sessions on campus to attend the national meeting. Grants are available.


13th Annual Trainer-of-Trainers Conference
June 10-15, 2007
Snowmass, Colorado

Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Office of Research Integrity, and the University of Pittsburgh

This conference provides faculty and administrators with the background and materials needed to establish or improve instruction in the responsible conduct of research and in a broad range of professional skills, abilities to write research articles, give research seminars, obtain employment, secure funding, teach and mentor.

Members of the conference faculty include Gary Comstock (Professor and Director of the Research Ethics Program, North Carolina State University), Jeannette Hoit (Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona), Debra Parrish (Partner, Parrish Law Offices, specializing in research integrity and intellectual property law), David Jensen (professional career counselor and contributor to Science Next Wave), Jeffrey Kahn (Professor and Director, University of Minnesota Center for Bioethics), Julio Ramirez (Professor of Psychology, Davidson College), and Craig Wilcox (Professor of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh.)

Details on the conference, as well as an application form, are available on our website at Conference participants will receive an extensive set of lecture outlines, ethics cases, student handouts, readings, slides, and a comprehensive bibliography. A limited number of conference fellowships are available.

Attendance is limited to 50 persons and applications are considered on a rolling basis. For additional information, contact

The Survival Skills and Ethics Program
University of Pittsburgh
3500 Fifth Avenue, Suite 202
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
phone: 412-578-3716
fax 412-578-3790
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