Dec 17, 2013 - <p>- Administrator, Graduate Research Ethics Programs - - Director, Graduate Research Ethics Programs</p>
The GT RCR Compliance Policy requires students and postdocs funded by certain NSF or NIH projects to complete in-person RCR training**. This training is a condition of the award and is a GT deliverable.
Postdoctoral researchers who have been encouraged by their PI/PD to attend PHIL 6000 must register through OSP’s Training system (using the links below) before they attend a section of the course.
* NOTE: GRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR PHIL 6000 THROUGH OSCAR. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ATTEND PHIL 6000.*
- PHIL 6000B1: 9:00AM-5:00PM on Thursday January 2 and Friday January 3; Howey-Physics L5. Register for section B1.
- PHIL 6000B2: 12:05PM-1:55PM Mondays from January 6 to February 24; Instructional Center Room 115. Register for section B2.
- PHIL 6000B3: 12:05PM-1:55PM Fridays from January 17 to February 28; Instructional Center Room 113. Register for section B3.
For more information, contact Judy Willis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jason Borenstein (email@example.com) or see the GT RCR website.
** Applicable NSF projects require 4 hours of in-person training; applicable NIH projects require 8 hours. (Applicable projects are flagged with the RCR/Ethics Training requirement in the OSP Contract Information System.)