Advanced RCR Training

 

  • ORC Advanced RCR Training

    Brown Bag Series

    The Brown Bag Seminar Series is an opportunity for the Clemson University community to better understand research integrity and research compliance related topics. 

    Please register for one or more of the following presentations

    REGISTER

    Bring your lunch and snacks will be provided.  These seminars DO qualify for one hour or RCR advanced training credit hours.  


    October 6, 2021 – Principled and Prolific Partnership in a Publish or Perish Environment

    Collaborative writing teams can be a way to exponentially increase your publishing record. However, writing with a team does require more attention to team development and management. This discussion will focus on strategies to initiate collaborative writing teams, determine roles within a writing project, decide on authorship, accelerate manuscript completion timelines, and engage students in the writing process.

    Presenter – Sarah Griffin, Professor and Interim Department Chair of Public Health Sciences
    Target audience – Faculty, staff, postdocs and students
    Location – via Zoom; 12pm-1pm
    Join Zoom Meeting https://clemson.zoom.us/j/99085531928?pwd=NW5OVW96VEM2MGxic0tFdWRONCswQT09
    Meeting ID: 990 8553 1928
    Passcode: 814927


    October 26, 2021 – Banning Bad Team Building: Evidence, Guidelines, & Best Practices for Fostering Teamwork and Convergence

    Teamwork has become a core component to academia and industry, where working across disciplines is a necessity to solve grand challenges and advance society. However, how do we take a team of experts and turn them into an effective expert team? By applying scientifically driven, evidence-based practices from the science of teamwork. This session will provide participants with an overview of the science of team science, as well as evidence-based tools such as team charters, debriefs, and meeting protocols for managing team development and creating conditions that foster convergence. If you’ve ever struggled as a team member, team leader, need guidance on how to start a research collaboration, or feel like team building is a waste of time, this session is for you. 

    Presenter – Marissa Shuffler Porter, Associate Professor and Industrial/Organizational Psychology Director
    Target audience – Faculty, staff, postdocs and students
    Location – via Zoom; 12pm-1pm
    Join Zoom Meeting https://clemson.zoom.us/j/95934087176?pwd=UTZKeUdzTTdoMWZXdGJJVnVRUFhYdz09
    Meeting ID: 959 3408 7176
    Passcode: 021585


    November 11, 2021 – The Scientific Environment; Conflicts and their Resolutions

    Pursuing a career in academic research can be stressful when funds are limited, competition is intense, and interests of mentors and mentees are not always perfectly aligned. This often leads to conflict situations.  The way such conflicts are resolved makes the difference between maintaining good professional relationships or doing irreparable damage, which can be mutually destructive. My presentation will consist of interactive discussions of realistic sample scenarios and their possible (or impossible) resolutions.

    Presenter – Robert Anholt, Provost Distinguished Professor of Genetics and Biochemistry
    Target audience – Faculty, staff, postdocs and students
    Location – via Zoom; 12pm-1pm
    Join Zoom Meeting https://clemson.zoom.us/j/97487591149?pwd=QVNSbkJqQmViVGc2SlNueTlKb3U2dz09
    Meeting ID: 974 8759 1149
    Passcode: 273741


  • Other Campus RCR Training

    Other Offerings


    October 26, 2021 – Primer on Open Data

    What is commonly meant by "open data"? Explore what open data means in a variety of contexts. Discover resources for finding open data sets and get some tips on best practices for making your own data open, as well as finding an appropriate venue to host your data.

    Speaker – Megan Sheffield, Data Sciences Librarian
    Target audience – Faculty, staff, postdocs and students
    Location – 12-1 pm, Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    Registration - Click here to REGISTER


    October 28, 2021 – Identifying Predatory Publishing

    Predatory publishing is a growing concern in scholarly research for both content creators and researchers. Predatory publishers deceive authors and readers by publishing their research for a fee without providing the editorial services typical of vetted open access publishers such as rigorous peer review, yet often masquerade in trusted databases and web sources as legitimate journals. Join us for a workshop on the rise and impact of predatory publishing, how to identify predatory publications, and how to avoid using and submitting to these decidedly non-scholarly sources.

    Speaker – Megan Sheffield, Data Sciences Librarian
    Target audience – Faculty, staff, postdocs and students
    When – 11-12 am, Thursday, October 28, 2021
    Registration - Click here to REGISTER 



  

The library regularly offers courses on plagiarism and data management that qualify for one hour of RCR advanced training credit.  Please see the course schedule and register.

The Graduate School Professional Development office offers additional courses related to research, teaching, ethics, career development, leadership and wellness.

Questions?  Please contact Hope Smith-Sielicki, 864-656-1525

If faculty, staff and students would like to have specialized training or have suggestions for future programs, please contact Robin Tyndall, (864) 656-1525.