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Dialogues in Research Ethics: Language Studies and Responsible STEM Research on April 30

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    Global attention to research integrity has traditionally emphasized the empirical sciences. This emphasis overlooks both the role of writing in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and, equally important, research integrity in the humanities.

    Presented by the UM Writing Center and the Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy, this Dialogues in Research Ethics session will address these roles and will explore the idea of responsible research in terms of student learning and writing, specifically in a National Science Foundation-funded initiative to develop a digital toolkit supporting the application of writing-to-learn approaches to teaching.

    The session will be led by Anne Ruggles Gere, the Arthur F. Thurnau and Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor of Education and English Language at the University of Michigan and president of the Modern Language Association, the nation’s leading organization for the study and teaching of languages and literatures.

    It will be held Monday, April 30 at 12:15 p.m. in the Richter Library, third floor, on UM’s Coral Gables campus. Lunch will be provided.

    Dialogues in Research Ethics is a series of monthly seminars. For more information, please call the UM Ethics Programs at 305-243-5723 or email

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