Research Ethics @NMT

Workshops series sponsored by the Office of Research

Ethics reside at the core of the research process, motivating inquiry, guiding practice, and promoting an ethos of accountability and equity. Organized by Professor Chris ChoGlueck, this series in Research Ethics aims to support and improve knowledge about ethics and create a culture of integrity, inclusion, and equity. We offer regular workshops that foster awareness and discussion and build a network of support among researchers. All are invited to participate in these conversations about ethics & integrity in our research communities at NMT.



Check back for Fall 2024 events

Past Workshops

  • Basics of Responsible Research
  • Conflicts of Interest & Sponsorship Bias
  • Data Management & Integrity
  • Implicit Bias in STEM
  • Intellectual Property (IP) Rights & Responsibilities
  • Engaging the Public
  • Misconduct & Whistleblowing
  • Power of Authorship
  • Responsible Mentoring
  • Replication, Reproducibility, & Responsibility
  • Ethics Q/A

Feel free to email Dr. ChoGlueck for recordings/slides


Data Management: Fact sheet on current policies by federal agencies, such as DoD and NSF (compiled by Mikell Coleman, 10/22)

Data Management and Sharing Fact Sheet (by agency)
Implicit Bias: Useful tools and resources, including bias calculators, recommended readings, and suggested strategies for admissions, hiring, mentoring, and more (compiled by Isabel Morris and ADVANCEGeo, 11/22)

Learning About and Combating the Impacts of Implicit Bias

Authorship: Case study, resources, and template, including authorship scenarios to facilitate team discussions, followed by selected research on bias & team culture in authorship practice (created by Kendra Cheruvelil et al.), as well as authorship policies & statement examples


Template for creating team authorship policies for collaborative research