- Douglas Adams, The Issues and Challenges of Research Ethics Education in the University, Particularly in the Area of the Social Sciences.
- Stephanie J. Bird, Involving Faculty in Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research.
- Mary Brydon-Miller, Addressing the Ethical Challenges of Community-Based Research.
- Jeffry L. Dudycha, Research Ethics.
- Stephen Erickson, Challenges of Research Ethics Education in the University: The View From University Offices of Research.
- John M. Essigmann, Addressing the Need for Templates for Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research at a Research University.
- Todd M. Freeberg & Todd M. Moore, Research Ethics Education Challenges in a Psychology Department.
- Julia Frugoli, Be Careful What You Wish For.
- Joe Giffels, First Steps.
- Lisa Kemmerer, Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know.
- Terry A. May, Challenges of Research Education in the University.
- Jennifer McCafferty, Reid Cushman, Kenneth W. Goodman, Paul Braunschweiger & Robin N. Fiore, New NSF And NIH Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Guidelines.
- Dru McGill, Archaeological Ethics Education in the University.
- Camille Nebeker, One Size Doesn't Fit All.
- Sangeeta Panicker, Research Ethics Education in the Behavioral & Psychological Sciences.
- Jeffrey C. Petruska, Research Ethics Education in the University.
- Dena Plemmons, Challenges for Research Ethics Education in the Social Sciences.
- Michael S. Pritchard, Teaching Research Ethics Across the Curriculum.
- Allison Griffin Ratterman, Developing Diverse and Robust Research Ethics Education: One Office's Approach.
- Marianne Ryan, Federal Ethics Regulations Governing Internet Research.
- Brian Schrag, The Challenge of Research Ethics Education in the University Setting.
- Sara E. Wilson, Research Ethics Education in Engineering.
- Regina Wentzel Wolfe & Stephen M. Wolfe, Chronicles of a Financial Crisis.
- Daniel E. Wueste, Rcr.
- Kate York, Aaron D. Profitt, Fawzeyah Al-Awadhi, Maureen Andreadis & Mary Brydon-Miller, Getting to Know Me.
- Larry J. Zimmerman, Integral, Ancillary, or Incidental.
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