- CBS 662: Professional Conduct in Biomedical Research
- BIT 815K: Research Ethics
- ENT 504 (formerly ENT 791E): Professional Development for Entomologists
- GN 850: Professionalism and Ethics
- PA 810: Research Ethics and Professional Socialization
- PHI 816: Introduction to Research Ethics
- BIT 501: Ethical Issues in Biotechnology
- PSY 820.2: Ethics in Psychology
- TOX 820B: Responsibility in Science
- FW 730: Ethics for Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology Professionals
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Please forward the completion report and certificate from CITI to the RCR Administrator at email@example.com. The RCR Administrator must verify your successful completion and will send an email to confirm whether you have met your requirement or if further action is needed. All forms of RCR training are only valid for three years from the date of completion. Please note that CITI courses other than RCR are not approved to meet NSF or NIFA’s RCR training requirement.
Please note that CITI courses other than RCR are not approved to meet NSF or NIFA’s RCR training requirement.
Pursuant to Rule 10.15.01, scholars must augment required training with self-directed training and awareness programming, such as professional society meetings, which often offer ethics awareness and training seminars. However, please note, self-directed training does not meet federal RCR training requirements.Learn about RCR Seminars offered by the Graduate School