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What makes research “responsible”? What can we do to pursue innovations that will serve the public good? Why are responsible conduct of research (RCR) and research ethics requirements not enough? In this workshop, we will explore the framework of “responsible research and innovation,” which offers a lens for thinking about the social and political context of science and the practices that can promote responsibility. We will discuss how to share these concepts with our students in ways that align with their personal and professional goals. The presenters have studied this field for many years and participated in interdisciplinary teams of natural and social scientists attempting to adhere to recommended practices.
|Dr. Jason Delborne is a Professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, Interim Director of the Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Program, a University Faculty Scholar, and a member of the GES Center's Executive Committee. email | profile|
|Dr. Khara Grieger is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Health & Risk Assessment in the department of Applied Ecology and a member of the GES Center's Executive Committee. email | profile|
This monthly workshop series is designed to train MBTP faculty to better mentor students at the intersection of biotechnology and society, in cooperation with the Genetic Engineering and Society Center and the Genetics and Genomics Initiative. Learn more at https://research.ncsu.edu/ges/academics/mbtp-faculty-mentors/