Conference: Ethical Considerations in Research Collaborations

Cherry trees - university of washington, seattle
University of Washington

September 22 and 23, 2011
University of Washington, Seattle
http://courses.washington.edu/oriconf/

Register by September 1 (online). Submit abstract by August 18. Apply for scholarship by August 18.

The conference will focus on ethical challenges in three areas of research collaborations: University-Industry Collaboration: Building Translational Research Models;
 Researcher to Researcher Collaboration: Promoting Shared Standards and Resources;  and Collaboration in the International Arena: Challenges and Opportunities.

Suggested Attendees: Researchers, physicians, compliance officials, educators, central and departmental research administrators, attorneys and government employees. Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows are especially encouraged to attend!

Scholarship requests are submitted electronically using the form found on the Apply for a Scholarship page. Scholarship applications will be accepted thru August 18th. Individuals awarded scholarships will be notified by September 1st. Applicants must also complete the registration process in order to be considered for a scholarship.

Call for papers: International Society for Military Ethics Conference

Rosalie Hill Hall
Rosalie Hill Hall

January 24 to 27, 2012
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, UC San Diego

Submit proposal by September 15, 2011. (Full working drafts of papers will be favored over one-page proposals.)

Submit full accepted paper by December 1, 2011.

Submissions should be in MS Word format attached to an e-mail addressed to Richard.Schoonhoven@usma.edu. Document file name should be author’s first and last name and brief paper title: e.g., John Smith: States, Promises and Treaties. This year’s theme will be “Civil-Military Relations and Social Issues in the Military.” Papers and proposals for panels or other program segments consistent with this theme are welcomed.  In keeping with usual practice, papers on any aspect of military ethics or just war theory will be considered.


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