Education and Training How-Tos

Develop RCR Programming

There are many resources available to help in developing RCR educational programming. Below are internal resources and resources recommended by funding agency.

For general resources, visit Resources on the Web.

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Beginning January 25, 2010, the NIH requires RCR education plans to be submitted with all new and renewal applications for NIH-funded programs supporting research training, career development, or research education.

The NIH also recommends several resources to help researchers develop appropriate RCR programming:

Resources Recommended by NIH

Bioethics Resources on the Web
NIH Research Training

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Schools, departments, and programs in receipt of NSF funds are strongly encouraged to provide discipline and career-level appropriate programming for these individuals. Suggested formats include case study reviews, discussion groups, journal clubs, etc. Schools, departments, and programs are encouraged to build upon existing RCR educational programming.

Resources Recommended by NSF

Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse
Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Research
NAE Workshop Report: Ethics Education: What Have We Learned? What Should be Done?

WUSTL Resources

Compilation of PERCSS Case Studies from the PERCSS Core Curriculum

Copyright © by Washington University in St. Louis. Cases may be utilized and reproduced for teaching and academic purposes only. All authorized use must include proper copyright and authorship attribution as provided within the document.

PERCSS Reference Library