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PostedSeptember 13, 2016 AT 10:37 AM
Caroline Whitbeck, Emerita Elmer G. Beamer-Hubert H. Schneider Professor in Ethics at Case Western Reserve University and Emerita Professor of philosophy, passed away on September 5, 2016. Whitbeck was a respected philosopher of science, technology, and medicine. In addition to being a past chair of the OEC Advisory Group at the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), she was the founder of the Online Ethics Center before its move to the NAE and spent much of her professional energy on developing it as an educational resource in the fields of Engineering and Scientific Ethics.
Whitbeck held a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Wellesley College, a master's degree from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She was elected Fellow of the AAAS for her work in engineering ethics, and was a Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar in 1994-95.
Whitbeck combined research and teaching interests in the philosophy of science, ...
PostedJune 17, 2016 AT 11:26 AM
The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the Ohio State University's Program on Data and Governance invite you to a roundtable discussion of ethics, privacy, and practical research review in corporate settings that will be held on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, at FPF (1400 Eye Street, NW #450) from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT. This roundtable is an important extension of FPF's December 2015 workshop, "Beyond IRBs: Designing Ethical Review Processes for Big Data Research," supported by the National Science Foundation and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
This timely event, which follows the White House's call to develop strong data ethics frameworks, will convene corporate and academic leaders to discuss ethical review processes in corporate settings. We will hear from key representatives from AT&T; Facebook; Iowa State University; Ohio State University, Mortiz College of Law; ...
“Public engagement with science describes intentional, meaningful interactions that provide opportunities for mutual learning between scientists and members of the public.” American Association for the Advancement of Science, Center for Public Engagement with Science and ...
Human subjects research is any research or clinical investigation that involves human subjects. Investigators conducting human subjects research must satisfy DHHS regulations [45 CFR Part 46] and FDA regulations [21 CFR Part 50 and 56] regarding the protection ...
The fourth edition of these guidelines published by the Council for Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) reflects the heightened emphasis of translational research, and need to clarify what counts as fair research in low-resource settings and the increase of big data research. These guidelines are used internationally by many different disciplines working in the medical sciences.
Adopted in 1966, and revised most recently in 2009, the AAUP's Statement on Professional Ethics outlines the organization's commitment to intellectual freedom and the pursuit of learning.
Andy and John are coauthors who want to submit a manuscript to a journal. Andy thinks the journal co-editor, Candice is prejudiced against him, but that the other co-editor, Donna, is not. Andy thinks John should remove Andy's name from the manuscript and submit it ...
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