Developing Your Core Competency in:
Ethics and Professionalism
Acquiring a solid foundation in scholarly integrity and developing as a professional in your field are among the many goals of graduate education and postdoctoral training. Much of this training is provided through faculty mentorship and guidance, but many additional opportunities are available through GradPathways programs, the Office of Research, and professional societies.
Workshops and Events
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Courses and Programs
To develop and gain a deeper understanding, consider signing up for courses, seminars, and programs offered through the Office of Research, GradPathways and other on and off campus units.
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One-on-One mentoring or specialized programming to meet your individual needs is available. Consider the following offered through GradPathways and other on and off campus units.
Faculty mentors set the tone for academic integrity and ethics in their research groups. Professionalism occurs both through candid discussions and modeling ethical behavior. Issues such as authorship, appropriate use of grant monies, and ensuring proper protocols are followed in working with human or animal subjects are some of the many topics that faculty routinely address with their graduate students and postdoctoral scholar mentees.
The Statistics Department is offering consulting and research collaboration to members of the UCD campus community through the STA 260 class, Statistical Practice and Data Analysis. If you have a research project that fits the educational goal of this class, you may want to take up this opportunity. The service provided through this class is free of charge and may lead to collaboration opportunities upon mutual agreement. We welcome everybody from the campus community. To request for this service, send a brief (less than one-page) description of the scientific problem, data collection plan, and any other relevant information, to the instructor, Jane-Ling Wang, e-mail: email@example.com
Services include providing advice to individual researchers in preparing statistics-related sections of proposals for extramural funding, assisting researchers on the design of prospective experiments or studies, conducting or giving advice concerning statistical data analysis, and planning or executing statistically motivated computation.
The Stat Lab can perform statistical research and data analysis on a contract basis. For information on this service, and for a document describing relevant University and laboratory policies on such consultation, contact the Stat-Lab staff at at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Join Professional Societies – Although not specifically tasked with advising graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, professional societies within the student's discipline provide guidelines with respect to authorship and produce materials related to scholarly integrity and professionalism. These societies also play an essential role in setting, defining and clarifying expectations of ethical conduct.