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SARI Calendar

Date Time Location Speaker Title Fulfills
Thurs,
Jan. 15
noon-1 pm 102 Kern Building Anna Squicciarini, Assistant Professsor, Information Sciences and Technology "Privacy conscious information disclosure in online social networking sites" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Thurs,
Jan. 22
noon-1 pm 110 Henderson Matthew Restall, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Colonial Latin American History, Anthropology, and Women's Studies "Why historians steal: Ethics, method, and the writing of history" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Thurs,
Jan. 29
noon-1 pm 102 Kern Building Danielle Downs, Associate Professor, Kinesiology Obstetrics and Gynecology "Conducting research with pregnant women: Challenges and lessons learned" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Thurs,
Feb. 5
noon-1 pm 110 Henderson Jacob Werner, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Medicine and Dairy and Animal Sciences "Zoonotic diseases and occupational health" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Tues,
Feb. 10
noon-1 pm 102 Kern Building Peter Bordi, Associate Professor, Hospitality Management; Director of Center for Food Innovation "Centerfor Food innovation and doing research with industry" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Thurs,
Feb. 12
1 - 2:30 pm 102 Kern Building Brad Woods, Research Ethics Educator, Educational Programs, Office for Research Protections "Say that again? A discussion concerning self-plagiarism" 1.5 hour general SARI requirement #
Thurs,
Feb. 19
noon-1 pm 110 Henderson Donna Coffman, Research Associate Professor, Methodology Center; College of Health and Human Development "Ethical issues in big data research" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Thurs,
Feb. 26
noon-1 pm 102 Kern Building Jessica Beiler, Project Manager, Pediatric Clinical Research Office "Pediatric clinical research: Considerations and experiences" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Wed,
March 4
5:30 - 7 pm 102 Paterno Library Philip Kitcher, John Dewey Professor of Philosophy - Columbia University "Masking the meaningful" 1.5 hour general SARI requirement %
Wed,
March 18
3:30 - 5 pm Garden Room, The Center for Spiritual and Ethical Development, Pasquerilla Spiritual Center Larry Nucci, Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Education and Research Educator, Institute of Human Development-University of California, Berkeley; Professor Emeritus, Department of Educational Psychology-University of Illinois at Chicago "Nice is not enough: Providing the foundation for lifelong moral development" 1.5 hour general SARI requirement %
Thurs,
March 26
noon-1 pm 110 Henderson Ann Killebrew, Associate Professor, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Jewish Studies and Anthropology "Who owns the past? Archaeology, heritage, and politics in Israel" 1 hour general SARI requirement **
Tues,
March 31
1 - 2:30 pm 102 Kern Building Brad Woods, Research Ethics Educator, Educational Programs, Office for Research Protections "Research and science communication and the Internet" 1.5 hour general SARI requirement #
Mon,
April 6
5:30 - 7 pm 102 Paterno Library Tom Seager, Associate Professor, School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment and Director, Sustainable Energy and Environmental Decision Sciences studio-Arizona State University "A Game-based experimental approach to teaching professional ethics" 1.5 hour general SARI requirement %
Thurs,
April 9
4:00 pm 160 Willard Dr. John Hanold, Associate Vice President for Research "Innocence Lost: The (Sometimes) Harsh Realities of Academic Research" 1.5 hours program specific SARI requirement

Total of five (5) hours required – at least three must be through the Dept of EE and/or College of Engineering (program specific) -- remaining 2 hours can be any combination of EE Department, College of Engineering (CoE) or University(PSU) (general SARI requirements).

**Brownbag Series: Bring a lunch! Cookies and beverages will be provided.

# Pre-registration required at www.research.psu.edu/training

$ Pre-registration required at http://rockethics.psu.edu/events