From: The Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance, Office for Research and Innovation

This fall, the Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance is hosting events as part of the Investigator Series. In addition to providing enrichment opportunities for researchers, all Investigator Series events provide Responsible Conduct of Research training credit hours toward the National Institute of Health’s 8-hour in-person training requirement.

Investigator Series webinar and in-person events are free and open to all Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff.

For a full listing of events, speakers, dates, and times, visit the series event page.

Event topics include:

  • Communicating Science with the Public
  • Authorship Ethics for Research and Scholarly Publications
  • Moving to a World Beyond "p<0.05": A Discussion about Statistical Significance
  • Protocol and the Institutional Review Board: Infusing Research Ethics into Research Protocol
  • Half Day Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop: Moving From Conflict to Collaboration in Research
  • Data Organization in Spreadsheets: Enabling Reproducibility and Replicability in Research Abstract
  • Future Use and Ownership of Biospecimens in Human Subjects Research

For information on upcoming research focused programming, visit the Office for Research and Innovation Events and Programs page.

For questions, contact Kory Trott at:

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