GRD: The Graduate School

GRD 500: Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship

This course is designed to introduce students to the major issues in the ethics of science and research. Using a combination of readings - written and web-based - videos, lectures, case discussion and other exercises, students will investigate the moral values intrinsic to science and the professional and social values with which scientists must comply. Each class will begin with an introductory lecture or video followed by discipline-based, small group discussions with the participation of faculty from the department or program from which the graduate students come.

0-1 credits, S/U grading

GRD 520: Introduction to Science Policy for STEM

Science, technology and innovation (STI) are ubiquitous part of life and we must understand these concepts in order to develop effective policies. This 1 credit hour course is designed to teach engineering and science graduated students the main concepts in science, technology and innovation policy.

0-1 credits, S/U grading

May be repeated for credit.

GRD 550: CEAS Placeholder

Placeholder course for students in special programs in CEAS. Specific programs designated by course topic.

0-12 credits, S/U grading

May be repeated for credit.