Graduate School News

UAB Ph.D. student takes summer studies to Morocco

roman johnson 2017Roman Johnson, a Ph.D. student studying medical sociology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has been awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship to study Arabic this summer in Morocco.

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Graduate Program Recruitment Fair July 7th

RS12835 Education Career Fair 2015 42Interested in Graduate education? Join the UAB Graduate School for the 2017 Graduate Program Recruitment Fair. You will not want to miss this.

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Meet the 2017 Say It In 6 winners

Nada AlAssiTell us your story in six words: that’s what UAB students were challenged to do for UAB Graduate School’s inaugural Say It In 6 competition. Meet the top three winners from the 2017 competition. Read more ...

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GRD 717
Principles of Scientific Integrity

3 credit hours
Contact Lisa Schwiebert, Ph.D. lschwieb@uab.edu 


The Principles of Scientific Ethics course (GRD 717) includes a blended approach of on-line training and in-person discussion on topics related to the responsible conduct of research (RCR) .  Specifically, the on-line training component includes completion of all RCR-related CITI Program modules; participants are required to successfully complete each of these modules, achieving a score of 80% or better.  Once completed, participants then attend an in-person discussion session that consists of an all-day Saturday workshop facilitated by training program directors, preceptors, and administrators. Three Saturday sessions are offered so that participants and facilitators have the opportunity to select a date that best fits their schedules.  These sessions debate case-studies in a team-based learning format as well as allow for additional RCR-related activities, such as panel discussions with faculty and administrators regarding ‘real-world’ RCR examples and role-playing RCR scenarios.