With good research practice through your doctoral studies - what the ombuds office can do for you (GGG/GSGG/GFA/GAUSS) online

Target group:
This workshop is equally open for members of all graduate schools.

24th April 2024
10:00 - 12:00

Venue: online (video conference via zoom, login data will be delivered via e-mail)
Available seats: 12
Target group: beginners and advanced learners
Course language: English
Lecturer: Dr. Katharina Beier

Seminar objectives:
Is it your goal to become a good scientist? Would you like to learn about the applicable rules of good research practice in general and find out which rules apply at the University of Göttingen? Are you looking for input to reflect on the importance of the rules of good research practice for your own PhD project? Have you ever thought about what you would do if you witnessed questionable research practices or were even affected by scientific misconduct yourself?
If your answer to any of these questions is "Yes", you are invited to join the online presentation by the Ombuds Office. Katharina Beier will use practical examples to give a lively picture of the wide range of topics covered by good research practice, will give you the opportunity to discuss selected case studies and will respond directly to your questions with the opportunity for subsequent personal consultation.
No preparation is necessary for participation.

Credits: 0 credits

Please, send an e-mail to ggg.kursanmeldung@uni-goettingen.de
contact for further information: Dr. Nelly C. Schubert, Phone: +551 39-28219

Dieser Kurs wird von den vier Göttinger interdisziplinären Graduiertenschulen – Göttinger Graduiertenschule Gesellschaftswissenschaften (GGG), Graduiertenschule für Geisteswissenschaften Göttingen (GSGG), Georg-August University School of Science (GAUSS) und Graduiertenschule Forst- und Agrarwissenschaften (GFA) – angeboten.

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