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C. K. Gunsalus
217.333.1416 phone 244.1478 fax ! Current Positions: Director, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics
Research Professor, Coordinated Science Laboratory
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Professional Experience
Law, Ethics, Leadership and Professionalism !
Licensed to Practice Law in the State of Illinois Coordinated Science Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of Illinois! Colleges of Business and Medicine, University of Illinois! Professor(2009-2010); Areas of Interest: Conflict Resolution; Leadership and Ethics, Negotiation; Medical Communication; Research Ethics; Professionalism Colleges of Law, Medicine and Business, University of Illinois Adjunct Professor (2002-2009); Teaching Specialties: Negotiation Theory and Practice; Interviewing and Counseling; Research Ethics; Medical Communication; Conflict Resolution; Leadership and Ethics University of Illinois (central administration), Office of University Counsel Special Counsel (2002-2010); Staff Attorney (1984); Law Clerk, Clinical Internship (1983-1984) Academic Policy and AdministrationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign! Special Counsel, Office of University Counsel (2002–2010) Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2002-2010) Multi-disciplinary projects related to reducing litigation costs through focus on the relationship of the ethical dimensions of leadership to organizational culture and personnel policies. Responsibilities encompassing academic policies and institutional structure; problematic personnel cases (including grievances and workplace violence); administrator/department head support and training; academic policy interpretations and revision. Research and Technology Policy and AdministrationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; campus administration:! Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, Assistant to the Chancellor (1989-1994) Coordinator, Research Policy Committee (1984-94); Conflict of Interest Officer (1985-1992); Research Standards Officer (1987-1994); Executive Secretary, Institutional Review Board (1993-94) Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and Assistant to the Chancellor (1986-1989) Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research (1984-1986) technology transfer responsibilities Consultant, Computer Science and Technology Board, National Research Council (1988-1990) Projects: Intellectual Property Issues in Software (report co-author); Scaling Up: A Research Agenda for Software Engineering; Computers in Pre-College Education University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Computer-Based Education Research Laboratory (CERL): Special Assistant to Director of CERL for Policy Analysis (1981-1984)Specialist in Automated Education: Senior Staff Member, System Software Staff (1980-1981)PLATO Services Organization Consultant (1974-1980) ! Assistant Specialist in Automated Education; Graduate Research Assistant; Student Hourly Education
1984! J.D., Magna Cum Laude, University of Illinois
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Dean’s List, 4 Semesters; Harno Fellow, 3 Semesters 1978! B.A. in History with Distinction, University of Illinois! Edmund J. James Scholar, Alpha Lambda Delta (Freshman Honorary), Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Theta (History Honorary), Dean’s List Professional Service
Member, Committee on Responsible Science, National Academy of Sciences (2012)
Council Delegate, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (2012; elected)
Co-Organizer, PLATO@50: Looking at the Future Through the Past; Computer History Museum (2010)
Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism, Member; Appointed by Chief Justice, Illinois
Supreme Court, 2006, reappointed 2008 and 2010 to term through 2012 Editorial Board, Journal of Empirical Human Research on Human Research Ethics (2007 – 2011)Co-Organizer, with Jeffrey Cohen, “Social, Behavioral and Educational Research Conference: Ethical and Regulatory Balance in SBER Research,” Sponsored by Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (2007) Faculty, Harvard Management Development Program, Graduate School of Education Faculty, Teaching Research Ethics Program (summer institute), Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics in American Institutions, Indiana University (1993-2009) Member, investigation panels for universities and government agencies, various (1990–Present)Legal Education Committee, National Association of College and University Attorneys (2004-2007)Editorial Advisory Board, The Scientist (1997-2004)Co-Organizer, with CAS Advisory Committee, Conference on Human Subject Policy Regulation (2003)National Association of College and University Attorneys (1994-Present)United States Commission on Research Integrity, Member (1994-1995)Association of American Medical Colleges; Committee on Research Integrity (1991-1999)American Association for the Advancement of Science Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility (1991-1997; Chair, 1993-1997) Association of American Universities; Working Group on Conflict of Interest (1994-1999)National Institutes of Health Strategic Plan Advisory Committee (1994)American Academy of Microbiology Colloquium on Integrity in Collaborative ResearchGovernment University Industry Research Roundtable Ad Hoc Group on Conflict of Interest (1993-1998) Honors and Grants
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2004 (elected honor)
Resident Associate, Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois, 2003-2004
Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked Excellent (Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Fall 2008, Spring 2009,
Fall 2009, Spring 2011, Fall 2011) (five times received “outstanding” ranking) Lifetime Membership in PTA by Urbana and Champaign PTA Councils for Meritorious Service, 1997 Courses Taught
Principles of Professional Responsibility,Business 301
An Introduction to Professional Responsibility, Business 101
Negotiations (College of Law, Law 698; Discovery Program, Law 199; Bus199; Bus Admn 395)
Counseling, Fact Investigation and Interviewing (College of Law, Law 679)
Leadership and Ethics (College of Business MBA program, MBA 504, MBA 501)
Medicine and Society (Medicine and Society rotation; topics include Research Ethics, Communication
Skills, Dispute Resolution; third and fourth year medical students; medical residents) Civic Service
Member. Board of Directors, Center for Women in Transition, 2009-2012
Member, Board of Directors, Urbana Development Corporation, 2008-Present
Mentor, Urbana One-to-One Mentoring Program (public secondary school student), 2007-2011
Vice President, Urbana Alumni Association (Board of Directors member 2002-Present; officer 2006-
President, League of Women Voters, Champaign County (2003-2006)Member, Board of Directors, CU Schools Foundation (2003-2009)Board of Directors, Champaign County Alliance (Champaign County Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Corporation and Convention and Visitors Bureau) (2000-2003) Chair, Human Resources Committee (develop personnel policies and procedures (2001-2003) Member, Urbana District # 116 Board of Education (elected office) (1991-2003; President, 1994-2003)Board of Directors, Planned Parenthood Association of East Central Illinois (1989-1993) Commissioner, Urbana Plan Commission (appointed office) (1982-1991) Grants
National Professional and Research Ethics Portal, An Online Ethics Resource Center, National Science
Foundation, SES-1045412, Cooperative Agreement; Principal Investigator. Co-Investigators: Taft Broome, Howard University; Nicholas Burbules, University of Illinois; Michael Loui, University of Illinois; William Mischo, University of Illinois. $5,000,000. 2010-2015.
EEC-0628814, 2006-10; co-Principal Investigator, with Michael Loui, University of Illinois; $300,000, 2006-2010.
The Art of Medical Communication, University of Illinois Provost’s Office, co-principal investigator with Dale Brashers, $204,000 (2007-2011).
Publications
Works in Progress
Gunsalus, C. K., “Content and Skills Every Responsible Conduct of Research Curriculum Should
Encompass.” Invited Comment, Science and Engineering Ethics. Forthcoming. Gunsalus, C. K. and Winter, G. A., “A Required Professional Responsibility Curriculum for Undergraduate Business Programs; Curricular Innovations, Lessons Learned.” In development. Gunsalus, C. K., “The Illinois Two-Minute Challenges for Professional Responsibility Education.” In Books
Gunsalus, C. K. The Young Professionals’ Survival Guide: From Cab Fares to Moral Snares, Harvard
University Press, Cambridge. 2012. (Forthcoming October 2012) Gunsalus, C. K. The College Administrator’s Survival Guide. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Articles and Chapters
Gunsalus, C. K. “Best Practices in Communicating Best Practices.” Science & Engineering Ethics, Dec
2010, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p763-767, 5p; DOI: 10.1007/s11948-010-92 Seiler, S., Brummel, B., Anderson, K., Kim, K., Wee, S., Gunsalus, C.K. and Loui, M. “ .” Accountability in
Research, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 217-246, 2011. DOI: 10.1080/08989621.2011.584760.
Brummel, B, Gunsalus, C.K., Anderson, K., Loui, M. “Development of Role-Play Scenarios for Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research” Science and Engineering Ethics, 2010 16:573-589 DOI: 10.1007/s11948-010-9221-7.
Gunsalus, C. K. and Rennie, D. “Handling Whistleblowers: Bane and Boon.” Chapter in Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research. 4th Edition. Edited by Frank Wells and Michael Farthing. Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2008.
Rennie, D. and Gunsalus C. K. “What is Research Misconduct?” Chapter in Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research. 4th Edition. Edited by Frank Wells and Michael Farthing. Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2008.
Gunsalus, C.K. and Beckett, J. Steven, “Playing Doctor, Playing Lawyer: Interdisciplinary Professional Simulations,” Clinical Law Review, 2008.
Gunsalus, C., Bruner, E., Burbules, N., Dash, L., Finkin, M., Goldberg, J., Greenough, W., Miller, G., Pratt, M. “The Illinois White Paper: Improving the System for Protecting Human Subjects: Counteracting IRB Mission Creep.” Qualitative Inquiry, 2007 13: 617-649, (Invited) DOI: 10.1177/1077800407300785.
Gunsalus, C. K., Bruner, E., Burbules, N., Dash, L., Finkin, M., Goldberg, J., Greenough, W., Miller, G., Pratt, M., Iriye, M., Aronson, D. The Illinois White Paper, Improving the System for Protecting Human Subjects: Counteracting IRB “Mission Creep,” Center for Advanced Study Human Subject Protection Study Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, November 2005.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Human Subject Protections: Some Thoughts on Costs and Benefits in the Humanistic Disciplines,” invited chapter in Expanding Horizons in Bioethics, Galston, Arthur and Christiana Peppard (eds.) Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2005. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “The Nanny State Meets the Inner Lawyer: Over-regulating While Under-Protecting Human Subjects of Research.” Ethics and Behavior 14(4), 369-82, 2004. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “Human Subject Regulations: Whom are We Protecting from What, and Why? Working to Align Incentives with Ethical Goals.” Professional Ethics Report, Vol. XVI, No. 2, Publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Spring 2003. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “How Many Degrees of Separation? Preparation, Proximity and Professionalism.” Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 7, Issue 4, 2001. (Invited) Rennie, Drummond and Gunsalus, C. K. “Regulations on Scientific Misconduct: Lessons from the United States Experience,” invited chapter in Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research (3rd edition), BMJ Books, 2001. Gunsalus, C. K. “Scientific Misconduct: Policy Issues,” invited chapter in Ethical Issues in Biomedical Publication. Johns Hopkins University Press. pp. 223-249, 2000.
Gunsalus, C. K. “An Examination of the Issues in Unifying and Expanding Federal Oversight of Human Subjects in Research.” Commissioned Paper for the National Bioethics Advisory Commission. First Testimony to Commission January 1998, Presented to the Commission September 1998.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Preventing the Need for Whistleblowing: Practical Advice for University Administrators.” Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 4, pg. 75-94 (1998). (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards.” Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 4, pg. 51-64 (1998). (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “Institutional Structure to Ensure Research Integrity.” Academic Medicine, Vol. 68, No. Gunsalus, C. K. “On Scientific Misconduct in University Research.” Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization, Vol. 14 No. 2, December 1992. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. with Bello, Mark. Intellectual Property Issues in Software. Computer Science and Technology Board, National Research Council. National Academy Press, 1991.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Considerations in Licensing Spin-Off Technology.” Journal of the Society of Research Gunsalus, C. K. and Rowan, Judith. Conflict-of-Interest Considerations in Spin-off Licensing. Presented at Conference at Virginia Tech University, 1989.
Gunsalus, C. K. and Tolo, Kenneth. Supercomputing for the 1990s: A Shared Responsibility. Higher Education and Technology Committee of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. 1989.
Gunsalus, C. K. and Tolo, Kenneth. Thinking About Buying a Supercomputer? A Guide for University Presidents and Chancellors. Higher Education and Technology Committee of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 1989.
Gunsalus, C. K. and Rowan, Judith. “Conflict of Interest in the University Setting: I Know It When I See It.” Journal of the National Council of University Research Administrators, Fall 1989.
Editorials, Book Reviews and Commentaries (Invited)
Gunsalus, C., Bruner, E., Burbules, N., Dash, L., Finkin, M., Goldberg, J., Greenough, W., Miller, G.,
Pratt, M., “Mission Creep in the IRB World,” Editorial, Science, Vol. 312, p. 1441, June 9, 2006.
Gunsalus, C. K. (2002), “Rethinking Protections for Human Subjects.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 15, 2002, p. B24 (back page, Chronicle Review). (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. Book Review: Review of The Baltimore Case: A Trial of Politics Science and Character, by Daniel J. Kevles in, New England Journal of Medicine, January 21, 1999, p. 509.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Lessons From The Trenches.” Scientist commentary, page 9, November 10, 1997. Gunsalus, C. K. “Ethics: Sending Out the Message.” Science editorial, Vol. 276, April 18, 1997. Gunsalus, C. K. “Rethinking Unscientific Attitudes About Scientific Misconduct,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 28, 1997. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “Ethics Software Review.” Professional Ethics Report, Vol. VI, No. 4, Publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Fall 1993.
Gunsalus, C. K. and Drummond Rennie, “Scientific Misconduct: New Definition, Procedures, and Office — Perhaps a New Leaf.” Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 269, No. 7, February 17, 1993. (Invited) Simulations, Exercises and Handbooks
Gunsalus, C.K. and Loui, M., “Eight Role Plays for Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research.”
Online Ethics Center. National Academy of Engineering. 2008. Gunsalus, C. K. “Employee of the Month”, Exercise and Teaching Notes. Negotiation Simulation. Willamette Dispute Resolution Simulation Bank, 2006.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Professionalism, Integrity and Reputation: Providing Opportunities for Introspection.” Institute of Law School Teaching, Gonzaga University School of Law, Spring 2005 Newsletter. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. Client Exercise and Teaching Notes. Negotiation Simulation. ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Legal Educator’s Colloquium, The Lawyer as Problem Solver Exercise Series, 2004. (Two exercises) Gunsalus, C. K. (2001), “Research Misconduct Selected Bibliography.” Web Site of the Poynter Center for Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Scientists and Subjects Resources Section, August 2, 2001, from Indiana University Web site: http://www.poynter.indiana.edu/sas/res Gunsalus, C. K. “Inquiry Outline,” “Investigation Outline,” “Document and Data Control Procedures Outline,” “Inquiry Casebook,” “Investigation Casebook,” for Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct: Inquiry & Investigation, A Practicum. American Association for the Advancement of Science, January 1997 Gunsalus, C. K. “Discussion Outline” and “Investigation Casebook” for Investigating Allegations of Research Misconduct: A Practicum. American Association for the Advancement of Science, December, 1994.
Gunsalus, C. K. “Discussion Outline” and “Sample Inquiry Documents” for Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct: A Practicum. American Association for the Advancement of Science, February, 1992.
Conference Proceedings
Gunsalus, C. K. “Observations on the context and the university environment for handling allegations
of plagiarism.” Proceedings of the ORI/AAAS Conference on Plagiarism and Theft of Ideas. NIH, Bethesda, MD, June 21, 1993. (Invited) Gunsalus, C. K. “Use of computer programs to analyze the extent and patterns of plagiarism during investigations.” Proceedings of the ORI/AAAS Conference on Plagiarism and Theft of Ideas. NIH, Bethesda, MD, June 21, 1993. (Invited) Public Reports
Gunsalus, C. K., Beckett, J. Steven, et. al. Annually since 2005: Courtwatching Reports for the League
of Women Voters-College of Law Courtwatching Service Project: 2005; 2006; 2007; 2009 Selected Invited Presentations (through March, 2010)
(# denotes guest lectures in classes on the UIUC campus; omitted before 2009; separate listing available)
2012
Kent State University
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Survival Skills For Administrators University of British Columbia, Okanagan! New Administrators: Tips and Approaches Graduate Student Ethics: How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards (Or, How to Have a Dispute Professionally Academic Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities Office of Research Integrity QUEST for Excellence! Ethics CORE: Resources for RCR Education Survival Skills For Administrators Survival Skills For Administrators Survival Skills For Administrators 2011
University of Arizona
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Survival Skills For Administrators Ethics CORE: A National Online Ethics Resource Association for Professional and Practical Ethics! Ethics CORE features and opportunities Survival Skills For Administrators Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research! Graduate Student Ethics: How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards (Or, How to Have a Dispute Professionally Western IRB Conflict Resolution Skills for IRB Members and Staff Survival Skills For Administrators Survival Skills For Administrators Association of American Medical Colleges! Leadership in the Academic Environment Ethics CORE: What’s In It for You? Association of American Colleges and Schools of Business! Survival Skills For Administrators 2010
Magna Publications
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Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences! Leadership at the Departmental Level Survival Skills For Administrators International Council of Fine Arts Deans! Association of American Medical Colleges! Graduate Student Ethics: How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards (Or, How to Have a Dispute Professionally) Survival Skills For Administrators ## Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Ethics Program! Keynote: Technical Savvy is Necessary, not Sufficient American Accounting Association FSA/APFL Section Meeting!  ! Keynote: Bullyproofing Academic Departments CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting! Survival Skills For Administrators National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, NIH !  ! 2009
California State University Sacramento
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Leadership Workshop, with Kendall Zoller Survival Skills For Administrators CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting! Survival Skills For Administrators Graduate Student Ethics: How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards (Or, How to Have a Dispute Professionally) School for Deans: Civility, Leadership and Departmental Leaders Survival Skills For Administrators University of British Columbia, Vancouver! Respectful Environment Initiative Kick-off Event Presidential Leadership Cohort Workshop Executive Officer Orientation Program Executive Officer Retreat: Survival Skills For Administrators Executive Officer Retreat: Leading in the Academic Milieu # Chemistry Department Graduate Ethics Program! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges # Natural Resources and Environment Sciences Graduate Ethics Program! Survival Skills for Graduate Students UIUC LAS New Department Chairs Executive Development! Survival Skills For Administrators Respectful Environment Initiative Skills Workshop Greater Chicago Higher Education Resource Center! Survival Skills For Administrators 2008
Veteran’s Administration Hospital
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Ethics Day: Civility, Ethics and Compliance Civility and Professionalism in Legal Practice Leadership Workshop, with Kendall Zoller Harvard Management Development Program! University of South Carolina Executive Officer Seminar! ! Survival Skills For Administrators: Dealing With Difficult People (keynote)!University of Illinois College of Medicine IRB Conference!! The Illinois White Paper on Regulating Human Subject Research! UT Health Sciences System Human Subject System Task Force!! Moving the Debate on Human Subject Regulation Forward: What Can We Do?! Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2008!! Courtwatching in Champaign County (with J. Steven Beckett and Joan Miller)! ECIWAA (women attorney’s organization)!! What Can You Do with a Law Degree?! Why Lawyers Matter: For Those Who Have Borne The Battle Conference: Panel Moderator!Harvard Institute for Senior Librarians!! Negotiation Skills for Librarians! CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting! Survival Skills For Administrators! Provost’s Office Leadership Series!! Survival Skills For Administrators! University of Illinois Administrative Fellows!! 2007
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business!
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Bullyproofing Academic Departments! Northeastern Illinois University!! Being An Ethical Department Leader! Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism Conclave on Civility: Facilitator, Two East Central Illinois Development Professionals!! IAFD (Fine Arts Deans Organization)!! University of Nebraska Department Head Series !! A Department Head’s Survival Guide! Pitzer College and Claremont Graduate College Joint Forum on Leadership! Civility and Professionalism in University Life! Illinois State University Department Heads!! Surviving and Thriving as a Department Head! Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Leadership Cohort!! Survival Skills For Administrators! Dealing with Difficult People: Conflict Resolution in the Academic Environment! Leadership and Bullyproofing Your Organization Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2007!! The Illinois White Paper on IRBs ! College of Medicine Research Day, University of Illinois College of Medicine!! The Art Of Medical Communication: Improving Your Communication Skills! IRB Mission Creep and Legal Scholars! ACE Illinois Women In Higher Education: Keynote Address!! Survival Skills For Administrators! League of Women Voters of Champaign County!! The LVWCC and University of Illinois Courtwatching Project; with J. Steven Beckett ! Conflicts Of Interest in Universities! Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)!! Leadership and Ethics for Academic Administrators ! Regulating Ourselves and our IRBs! COGDOP (Psychology Department Heads organization)!! The Illinois White Paper on Regulating Human Subject Research! Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Department Executive Officers !! Survival Skills for Administrators! LAS Department Heads, University of Illinois!! Complaint-Handling Guidelines for Department Heads! Georgia Institute of Technology Leadership Cohort!! Survival Skills for New Chairs and Heads ! University of Wisconsin Madison Department Heads Leadership Program!! Survival Skills For Administrators: Dealing with Difficult People ! 2006
Archer Daniels Midland Executive Education (Program of the College of Business)
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Conflict, Whistleblowing and Ethics! Collaborating with Deans and Department Heads! Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Journalism Leaders in Moving to the Next Level in Academia! Courtwatching in the Champaign County Courts! Department of Energy Human Subject Research Working Group!! IRB Mission Creep: How to Prevent and Respond to It! University of Michigan Department Head Leadership Program!Ann Arbor, Michigan! Bullyproofing Academic Departments! California State University System Leadership Program !! Survival Skills For Administrators! Advocate Center For Pediatric Research!! Harvard Management Development Program!! Leading in the Academic Environment! Teaching Research Ethics Conference, Poynter Center for Ethics in American Life, 2006! Mock Arbitration and Remarks: Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Department Heads and Chairs!! Survival Skills For Administrators! Georga Institute of Technology Leadership Cohort!! Survival Skills For Administrators! CIC Department Executive Officers!! Survival Skills For Administrators! Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Leadership Cohort!! Survival Skills For Administrators! 2005
ADM Leadership Cohort: Business Ethics (Executive Education Program, College of Business,
Mock Arbitration and Remarks: Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! University of Michigan LSA Department Heads!! Survival Skills For Administrators! University of California, Los Angeles and University of London 6th International Clinical Law Something For Everyone: Interdisciplinary Simulations, with J. Steven Beckett! Office of Research Integrity and NYU Plagiarism Conference!! Investigating Research Misconduct! Conflict Resolution For IRB Professionals! Michigan State University Leadership Cohort!! Negotiating Conflict: Dealing With Difficult People! Office of Research Integrity and UC Davis Research Integrity Conference! Sacramento ! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2005!! College of Business Certificate Program!! CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting!! Survival Skills For Administrators! MIT/Knight Fellows Investigative Journalism Program!! Research Misconduct: National Issues, Local Challenges! Survival Skills For Administrators! ADM Executive Group (through UIUC College of Business Executive Education Program)!! 2004
ILIR Labor Institute (IBEW)!
Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! Archers Daniels Midland (through UIUC College of Business Executive Education Program)!! Ethics in Leading a Business Organization Survival Skills for Administrators! Conflicts of Interests in Publication! Harvard Management Development Program!! Survival Skills for Administrators! Drug Industry Association (DIA) Research Conference!! Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2004!! The Ohio State University Academic Leadership Group!! Survival Skills for Administrators! CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting!! Survival Skills for Administrators! Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIMR) Annual Meeting!! Human Subject Protection Policy: Mission Creep! Living The Belmont Principles: Conflict Resolution Skills For IRB Professionals! Council of Science Editors/Office of Research Integrity Retreat! Washington, DC! Negotiation Skills for Secondary School Leaders ! ACRE Research Integrity Conference!! Whistleblowers and Human Subject Research! University of Illinois Office of Technology Management!! Negotiation Skills for Technology Transfer Professionals, with G. Northcraft! Survival Skills for Administrators; Coaching for Administrators!
Survival Skills for Administrators in a Unionized Environment! Faculty Retreat: Survival Skills for Academics! Human Subject Protection Using Common Sense! Reducing Litigation Costs through DEO Training and Intervention, with S. Veazie! Harvard Management Development Program!! Survival Skills for Administrators, Bullyproofing Academic Units (2 sessions)! CSU Sacramento, Office of the Provost!! Survival Skills for Administrators! Pentagon; Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs! Executive Session: Negotiation Skills! Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2003!! 2003
ILIR Arbitration School!
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Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! AAMC Academic Affairs and Business Groups!! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the ! University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the ! University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! Pentagon; Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs!! Human Subjects Conference: Mission Creep and IRBs!! Opening Talk: Mission Creep and IRBs! Concluding Remarks: Where We’ve Been and Next Steps! CIC Department Executive Officers Spring Meeting!! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the ! University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! CIC Conflict of Interest Workshop/Facilitation!! California State University System, Office of the President!! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the ! University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! 2002
ILIR/IBEW Arbitration Training!
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Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! PRIMR/ARENA National Conferences!! Conflict Resolution Skills ARENA Keynote Speech; ! Social Science IRB PRIMR panel session; ! Informed Consent/Deception panel session ! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the University Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! The Ethics of Being A Department Head/Survival Skills! Inoculating Unit Heads: Survival Skills for Administrators (also side note on human subjects issues)! Survival Skills for Administrators: Research Ethics: How to Have a Dispute Professionally! Yale Institute for Social and Policy Studies Bioethics Seminar! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges ! The Challenges of Diversity in K-12 Education! Bloomington School District Administrative Staff!! Strategies for Reducing Employment Litigation in the K-12 Setting: Survival Skills for Administrators! Harvard Management Development Program!! Survival Skills for Administrators! Bullyproofing Academic Units (2 sessions)! Teaching Research Ethics Conference 2002!! CIC Spring Seminar for Department Executive Officers!! Principle-based Leadership: Applications of Theory to Practice in Dealing with Difficult People and Bully-Proofing Academic Units! Large Unit District Association, School Superintendents Association!! Principle-based Leadership: Applications of Theory to Practice! Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations Labor Education Program!! Telling The Story: Making a Compelling Case to an Arbitrator! Harvard Management Development Program Alumni!! Brushing Up On Administrative Survival Skills! !
2001
Committee for Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Program!
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Administrative Survival Skills: Preventive, Principled Management! National Association of College and University Business Officers!(NACUBO) 2001 Annual Meeting ! Survival Skills for Administrators! Harvard Management Development Program!! Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research Conference (PRIMR)!! Developing Codes of Responsible Research Conduct and Setting Realistic Expectations and Compliance with Regulatory Ethics Education Requirements! Poynter Center 2001 Teaching Research Ethics Workshop!! CIC Spring Seminar for Department Executive Officers!! Conflict Resolution Skills for Executive Officers! College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Executive Officers !! Conflict Resolution Skills for Administrators! Survival Skills for Administrators: Dealing with Bullies and Violence in the Workplace! Survival Skills for Administrators (2 workshops) ! Dealing with Conflict: Techniques and Resources! Skills for Administrators (2 workshops) ! Carmel 2001: Special Issues in Neuroscience!! Program Co-Organizer, and Presenter: Sharing Data and Ideas: Control and Credit! 2000
Champaign County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program!
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CIC/Academic Leadership Fellows Program !! Survival Skills for Administrators! Survival Skills for Administrators: Ethical Leadership, Institutional Integrity! Central Association College and University Business Officers (CACUBO)!! Survival Skills for Administrators: Ethical Issues in a University Business Office! UIC Department of Psychiatry Ethics Series!! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! Harvard School of Education Management Development Program!! Institutional Values and Integrity! Poynter Center 2000 Teaching Research Ethics Workshop!! Institutional Issues in Responding to Scientific Misconduct! University of Michigan College of Literature, Sciences and Arts!! Survival Skills for Administrators! CIC Department Executive Officer Seminar!! Survival Skills for Administrators! National Council of Research Administrators Live Videoconference!! Making the Right Moves in Handling Research Misconduct Allegations! 1999
Harvard Institute for Educational Management Alumni Seminar!
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National Association of Schools of Music!! National Academies Complex Invitational Conference!! Comments on Proposed Federal Misconduct Regulation: Institutional Perspective! Survival Skills for Administrators! Michigan State University Leadership Forum!! National Association Schools of Dance Annual Meeting of the Deans!! Poynter Center 1999 Teaching Research Ethics Workshop!! Council of Biology Editors Annual Meeting!! Does Authorship Stop at the Border?! University of Michigan Department Head Series!! Survival Skills for Administrators; Bully Proofing an Academic Department ! The Ohio State University Academic Leadership Development! Complaint and Conflict Management ! Working with Bullies; Survival Skills for Administrators! Michigan State Univesrity: Multi Leadership Development Workshop Survival Skills for Administrators! 1998
CIC Academic Leadership Program – Leadership and Human Resources! Strand
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Survival Skills for Administrators! National Public Radio Science Friday!! Meeting of the National Bioethics Advisory Commission!! Unifying and Expanding Federal Oversight of Human Subject Research! Oral Presentation and Commissioned Paper! Journalism Fellows Program/Institute of Government and Public Affairs! UIUC! Faculty and Administration Conference, Penn State University!! Civility in the Academic Environment! Poynter Center Teaching Research Ethics Workshop!! Institutional Issues in Research Integrity! Cantigny Conference Medicine and the Media: Ethical Issues in the Publication of Biomedical Legal Issues as Higher Education Enters the Future (with Robert Rains)! CIC Council of Arts and Sciences Deans!! Biotechnology & The Law Conference!! Private Funding and Secrecy in Research: The Synthroid Case Study! Promoting Scientific Freedom and Responsibility: If Not Tenure, Then What?! Meeting of the National Bioethics Commission!! Policy Considerations Involved in Federal Oversight of Human Subject Research! 1997
Academic Leadership Forum Penn State University!
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The Ethics of Being a Department Head! Academic Leadership Forum Penn State University!! Professional Ethics and Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! Big 10 Department Executive Officers Development Seminar!! The Ethics of Heading a Department! Poynter Center Teaching Research Ethics Workshop!! Investigating Allegations of Scientific Misconduct! American Society for Mass Spectometry Conference!! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! Penn State University, Conference on Research Ethics!! Keynote Speaker: Ethics and Responsible Conduct! 1996
University of Rhode Island!
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Survival Skills for Department Heads! University of Chicago Medical School!! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! University of Texas Medical Branch Invited Conference!! Policy Issues in Scientific Misconduct! Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: How to Blow the Whistle and Still Have a Career Afterwards! AAAS and AAMC, Lead Presenter and Coordinator!! Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct: ! ! A Practicum; Organizer and Leader!University of Rhode Island!! Research Ethics, Dispute Resolution! PRIM&R Conference on Research Ethics!! Society of Research Administrators!! Integrity in Research – Old Problems, New Paradigm! Picower Institute for Medical Research!! Scientific Misconduct: Where Does the Buck Stop?! George Washington University Science in Crisis at the Millennium Symposium!! Poynter Center Teaching Research Ethics Workshop! Investigating Research Misconduct: Lessons for the Rest of Us! St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! The Institutional Official’s Role in Non-Compliance! Monsanto Company Research Division!! U.S. Government Office of Protection from Research Risk Conference on the Ends of the Spectrum: American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting!! Research Ethics: Professional Standards and University Teaching, Research, and Service! Campus-wide Conference on Internal Investigations, University of Illinois!! Investigation Techniques: Organization and Mechanics of Investigations! 1995
Department of Biology, Indiana University!
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Evolving Definitions of Scientific Misconduct: Meanings and Implications! Department of Physics, Lorella M. Jones Symposium!! The Importance of University and Community Involvement! Society of Research Administrators!! Dealing with Allegations of Scientific Misconduct: Evolving Definitions and Standards! Society of Quality Assurance Professionals / Monsanto Corporation! Indiana University, Conference on Teaching Research Ethics!! Institutional Issues in Investigating Fraud and Misconduct! How Editors Should Deal With Scientific Misconduct in Publishing! Integrity in Research: Personal and Professional Issues! University of North Carolina Symposium on Ethical Issues!! Crooks or Jerks? The Difference Between Ethics and Etiquette in Research! University of North Carolina, School of Medicine!! Nature and Nurture: Can Responsible Conduct in Research be Taught?! Ethics Conference Sponsored by the National Science Foundation!! The Development of Ethical Beliefs in Graduate Students! University of North Carolina, School of Nursing!! Scientific Integrity Training and Supervision! University of Illinois College of Medicine!! American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting: 20th Anniversary of the Edsall Report on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility; Comments 1994
American Association for the Advancement of Science!
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Investigating Allegations of Research Misconduct: A Practicum, Organizer, Leader! Research Integrity: National Issues, Local Challenges! The University and Research Integrity! Society of Quality Assurance Professionals, Plenary Session!! Ethics, Integrity and Competence: The Shifting Sands of the Ethical Landscape! Office of Protection from Research Risks, NIH: Focus on Protecting Human Subjects in the Federal Institutional Structure to Promote Research Integrity: What Administrators Must Know about Research Conduct and Misconduct Issues! National Academy of Sciences Convocation on Scientific Conduct; Panelist (2 Sessions)!Committee on Institutional Cooperation!! Remarks to Research Integrity Officers! The Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions Indiana University Scientific (mis)Conduct and Social (Ir)Responsibility Conference, Keynote respondent! The Poynter Center Teaching Research Ethics Workshop! Institutional Issues in Investigating Fraud and Misconduct! Jerks or Crooks?: The Differences Between Ethics and Etiquette in Science! Stanford University Conference on The Use of Interviews in Writing the History of Recent Science; University of California Berkeley!! Institutional Structure to Ensure Research Integrity! Loyola Graduate School Medical Center!! Academic Integrity and Scientific Misconduct: National Issues and Local Challenges! National Electrical Engineering Department Heads Association!! Academic Integrity and Scientific Misconduct: National Issues and Local Challenges! University of Southern Mississippi!! The University and Scientific Integrity! 1993
Society for Social Studies of Science!
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Uses of Story Telling: How Telling Stories Works! American Association for the Advancement of Science Organizer and Leader!! Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct in the University: A Practicum! National Council of University Administrators Annual Meeting!! Conflicts of Interest: Confronting Conflicting Regulations and Requirements Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Conference!! Conflict of Interest and Academic Integrity Issues! Public Health Service Office of Research Integrity and American Association for the Advancement of Science Conference on Plagiarism, Copyright, and Theft of Intellectual Property! Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Business Affairs Principal Business A Hands-On Approach to Conflict of Interest for Administrators! American Association for the Advancement of Science, Organizer and Panelist!! Responsible Science, Scientific Freedom and Misconduct! American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting; Respondent at Scientific 1992
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Organizer and Leader!
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Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct in the University: A Practicum! Association of American Medical Colleges, Group on Business Affairs, Principal Business Managing Allegations of Scientific Misconduct and Conflicts of Interest! Public Health Service Advisory Committee on Scientific Integrity! Council of University Professors at North Carolina State University Research Triangle: Linkages between Universities, Students, & Industries discussant ! Violations of Ethics and Academic Integrity: A Workshop for Administrators on Policy, Process and Prevention! American Association for the Advancement of Science, Organizer and Leader!! Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct in the University: A Practicum ! American Association for the Advancement of Science!! Dealing with Misconduct at the University! 1991
National Pharmaceutical Council!
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Institutional Perspective on Effects of Conflict of Interest Activities on the Physician Researcher! WILL Radio Afternoon Magazine: Broadcast on Academic Integrity with Jules Hallum, Director, Office American Political Science Association!! Effective and Credible Institutional Responses to Allegations of Cheating in Science! Office of Scientific Integrity National Institutes of Health Academic Misconduct Symposium!! From Receipt of Allegations to Formulation of the Issues! National Health Lawyers Association Drugs, Devices, and Biotechnology Seminar! Scientific Fraud, Misconduct and Conflict of Interest! 1990
National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges Conflict of Interest panel
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National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges Conflict of Interest Panel
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