Introduction to Ethical Issues in Research
|Event Date:||September 21, 2017|
|Time:||3:30 - 4:20 PM
|School or Program:||Engineering Education
This session will provide an overview to three of the biggest challenges for researcher-scholars: value-based decision making, research integrity and research misconduct, and managing conflicting interests in research.
While a 50-minute session is not enough to truly delve into theses issue fully, the goal is to get the attendee thinking about these topics and recognize the impact they can have on research work.
Dr. Mohler is professor of Computer Graphics Technology (CGT) and is currently serving as Associate Dean of the Graduate School. He has served in various administrative roles of increasing responsibility since 2002. Dr. Mohler is a University Faculty Scholar and an executive member of the Teaching Academy. He teaches graduate courses on research methods, perception and visual intelligence. During his career, he has chaired, co-chaired or served on 111 PhD and MS graduate committees. He has authored, co-authored, or contributed to over a 21 texts related to computer graphics and media development and over 71 articles for refereed, reviewed, or trade publications.