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Target Audience: PGRs
This is a live in-person event.
All researchers have a responsibility to engage in best research practices and to uphold the values of research integrity. This includes embodying a positive research culture, while also being aware of potential challenges that may arise – from issues resulting from power dynamics and work pressures to how to approach situations where inappropriate behaviour has happened, whether on purpose or by accident.
This workshop will explore what contributes to a good and bad research culture. It will support participants to engage with complex situations around culture and integrity which you can reflect on, discuss take-aways from and apply to your own contexts.
Participating in this event will enable you to:
- learn more about how you can translate your responsibilities into practice
- understand what good and bad culture & integrity may look like in practice for PGRs
- practice how to engage with the types of complex situations that may arise as part of your work;
- gain input from peers as well as RKES / OSDU colleagues with expertise on integrity & culture on questions or issues you may have
Please note that this event is part of Strathclyde's Research Integrity & Culture Week 2023. You can see the full programme for Research Integrity & Culture Week 2023 here.
Delivered By: Researcher Development Team/OSDU/RKES
PG Certificate in Researcher Professional Development
All postgraduate research students are eligible to access the Researcher Development Programme workshops. This workshop can contribute towards the PG Certificate in Researcher Professional Development (PG Cert RPD).
You can find credit and class information in the Researcher Development Programme Handbook and in NEPTUNE (Engineering, HaSS) or SPIDER (Science).
Please check with your department or Supervisor to confirm if you are enrolled on the PG Cert RPD and how many credits you are expected to achieve if you are unsure.