Responsible Conduct of Research Short Courses
Join SfN's effort to support and promote rigorous science.
SfN is committed to supporting and promoting rigorous science. This half-day short course on the topic of responsible conduct occurs on the Friday before SfN's annual meeting. Training includes lectures and guided discussions that enable you to explore varying topics through a neuroscience-specific lens. The course meets NIH requirements for instruction in the responsible conduct of research.
Power Dynamics in Academia
Short Course 3
- Organizer / Moderator: Keith Trujillo, PhD, California State University, San Marcos
- Faculty: Andrea Giuffrida, PhD, UT Health, San Antonio; Erika Marín-Spiotta, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jean King, PhD, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, 1–5:30 p.m. PDT
- Location: San Diego Convention Center 11
Understanding power dynamics — the way interactions are shaped by the relative power that different people have in relation to each other — is increasingly important as science becomes more global and collaborative. Through lectures, hands-on training, and case study discussion, attendees explored the nature of power dynamics in science and academia and how they can be affected by scientists’ intersecting identities. Attendees also developed skills to address the consequences of power dynamics in their own workplaces. Review the course agenda.
Course book materials and recordings from previous courses are available for review
2018: Coming soon!
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