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Research Education (REd)

The Office of Research Education (REd) provides “comprehensive training and learning opportunities and resources for faculty, students and staff engaged in responsible conduct of research at the University of Utah.”  The primary goals of the REd Office are to:

 

  • Offer up-to-date courses and seminars linked to the research enterprise 
  • Ensure that faculty, students, and staff develop the necessary skills to implement best practices for research 
  • Provide faculty, students, and staff with access to resources and tools to implement best practices for research

Please contact Research Education with questions regarding the below events and resources. For more information about REdclasses and certificates, please visit Research Education website.


Ethics, Education & Engagement (E3) 

Bullying & Misbehavior  in the Research Setting: Does the U of U need a Policy? 

According to recent scholarly work, bullying is defined as physical, social, and/or verbal actions that cause harm to a person or a group.  These repeated actions present negative consequence for the victim(s) as well as the bully.  Bullying, one form of unprofessional behavior, "always involves aggressive behavior" and a differential in power dynamics.  A recent case in Australia highlights the mechanisms through which this type of behavior occurs.  This panel dialogue will address what the U of Utah doing to reduce bulling and address professional misconduct in the research setting, and help identify available campus resources.

Date & Time: Tuesday September 15th, 10:00am - 11:00am 

Location: Virtual Zoom Meeting 
Click here to register!


Grant-Writing Consultations

The National Science Foundation (NSF) 

This Grant Writing Consultation is a 60-minute discussion and is open for researchers and investigators. This open forum structure allows for participants to ask brief questions aboutany aspect of preparing NSF proposals. Researchers can bring their draft proposal outline/research questions for feedback, ask questions about the grant writing or review process, or share and learn tips to make proposals more competitive. Dr. Diane Pataki, Associate Vice President for Research, will facilitate this session.

Date & Time: Thursday September 10th, 10:00am - 11:00am 
Location: Virtual Zoom Meeting 
Click here to register!


Upcoming REd Classes & Best Practice Networks: 

Class Title  Date Time 

Patent Searching and Public Information Resources 

Tuesday, September 8th 

2:00pm – 3:00pm 

Advanced Consideration of the Criteria for IRB Approval of Research 

Wednesday, September 9th 

10:00am – 11:00am 

Best Practice Network - Cayuse 424: Guided Tour 

Thursday, September 10th 

2:00pm – 3:00pm 

Introduction to Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)Graduate Students Only 

Tuesday, September 15th 

2:00pm – 3:00pm 

 

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Last Updated: 9/2/20