University of North Dakota Faculty/Staff Newsletter

Nursing and Professional Disciplines research office offers education sessions

The College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines will offer a Responsible Conduct of Research series.  All sessions will take place from noon to 1 p.m., CON Room 214 or via Adobe Connect at http://conted.breeze.und.nodak.edu/nursing.

Topic:  Collaborative Science,  April 5

Preparation information for the session:
• ORI Introduction to RCR, Collaborative Research, Steneck NH, http://ori.dhhs.gov/education/products/RCRintro/c08/0c8.html
• UNH RCR Online Study Guide, Collaborative Research, http://ori.hhs.gov/education/products/unh_round1/www.unh.edu/rcr/Collaboration-Title.htm

Topic: Research Misconduct, May 3

Preparation information for the session:
Misconduct in Scholarly Activity, UNH Responsible Conduct of Research RCR online study guide, http://ori.hhs.gov/education/products/unh_round1/www.unh.edu/rcr/Misconduct-Title.htm

Research Brown Bag Series
Topic: Emotional Intelligence, Psychological Empowerment and Use of Empowering Behaviors, Feb. 8.  Presenter is Cindy Anderson, Ph.D. program director, associate dean and director of research, Nursing

Topic: Developing an Effective Service Learning Program: Student Perceptions of Their Experience, March 8.  Presented by Desiree Tande, assistant professor of nutrition and Dietetics, and Doris Wang, clinical assistant professor of nutrition and dietetics

Topic: Rural North Dakota's Oil Boom, the Impact on Social Services and the "Journey to Solutions," April 12.  Presented by Julia Geigle, graduate student in social work; Carenlee Barkdull, associate professor of social work; and Bret Weber, assistant professor of social work.