Responsible Conduct of Research Conference
Call for Proposals
7th Annual Responsible Conduct of Research & Academic Integrity Conference
Submissions are invited for conference sessions that apply to a broad disciplinary
audience. Interactive sessions with active audience participation are strongly encouraged
and should address Responsible Conduct of Research, Research Ethics, Academic Integrity,
Academic Misconduct in Research, and Ethical Conduct of Researchers.
All conference sessions will be held on Wednesday, June 14 - Friday, June 16, 2017
on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman, Oklahoma.
Submit conference proposals here.
Submission Deadline: April 16, 2017 at 12 Midnight (Central Time). Times and dates
of selected presentations will be assigned and announced at a later date.
Southwest Regional Consortium for Academic Integrity hosted the 6th Annual Responsible
Conduct of Research & Academic Integrity Conference
Day 1: Thursday, June 16, 2016
Best Practices in Academic Integrity - Wade Shaffer, PhD, West Texas A&M University
Ethical Considerations for using Student Academic Information as Research Data - Scott Burris, PhD, Texas Tech University
Panel Discussion 1: Best Practices to Support Student Conduct – Brittany Todd, TBA, Texas Tech University
Lunch Speaker: What's wrong with this Picture? - Lajean Chaffin, PhD, TTU Health Sciences Center
Panel Discussion 2: Collaboration and Research - Marianne Evola, PhD., Clifford Fedler, PhD., Mark Wallace, PhD, Texas Tech University
An Individual Approach to Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training - Marianne Evola, PhD, Texas Tech University
Developing a University-Specific Academic Integrity System - William Spain, PhD, University of Oklahoma
Day 2: Friday, June 17, 2016
Student Engagement, Collaboration and Competency: Keeping the Integrity and Ethics
of Learning in an Online Course - Luis Vazquez, PhD, New Mexico State University
Refining the Ethical Perspective through Survey to Enhance Guidance - Lora Lopez, Ralph Ferguson, PhD., Texas Tech University
Conflicts of Interest (COIs): Vulnerabilities Associated with Complex Academic Endeavors - Ralph E. Viator, PhD, Texas Tech University
Panel Discussion 3: Lab Safety and Legal Ramifications - Dominick Casadonte, PhD., Terri Morgenson, PhD., William Lawson, PhD, Texas Tech
Lunch Speaker: The Nuts and Bolts of Multicultural-Social Justice Ethics in Research:
A Counseling Perspective - Aretha Marbley, PhD., Shih-Han Huang, Brian Moffitt, Melissa Galica, Jill Zesiger,
Rebecca Opamen, Texas Tech University
Paraphrasing, Quoting and Plagiarism Workshops Impact English and Non-English Speakers - Lisa James, Terrell DeLeon, Texas Tech University