Friday, February 19, 2010: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM
Marina Ballroom F (San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina)Hear about programs that satisfy the grant requirements of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and are successful in gaining university approval and support. Participants include a professor who is creating ethics education resources online, a scientist who directed a research ethics program, a faculty member who developed successful research ethics activities in different settings, and NSF staff who were responsible for developing requirements. Attendees will be asked to provide examples of problems, successful approaches and programs, and best practices in initiating, implementing, and evaluating ethics activities. “Ethics Education and Scientific and Engineering Research: What Has Been Learned? What Should Be Done?" will be distributed.
Rachelle D. Hollander, National Academy of Engineering