Integrity Insights

165 Duke research faculty and staff learned from the experts and listened to the faculty success stories

Duke is hosting a virtual seminar series from Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops:

Deondra Rose is an Associate Professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy with secondary appointments in the Department of Political Science and the Departm

About 190 faculty and staff engaged in research at Duke attended the research town hall hosted on March 15 by the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity.

Communicating research findings, scholarly work and expertise is as important as research itself.

“You cannot avoid dealing with aggregate data and introducing innovative and more precise metrics in the age of data, even in the humanities”, says Hans J.  Van Miegroet, Professor Art & Markets within the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University. Read our most recent piece of the Integrity Interviews Series

Duke researchers and leaders joined the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity for a virtual town hall where they presented from their experience about how to make sure that the principle of conducting research that serves society responsibly is well served. About 400 researchers attended this event which was hosted during the 2022 Research Week at Duke

Last August, Duke released a series of new research policies, including the addition of the “Intent to Submit”

An interview with Dr. Paul Modrich, James B. Duke Professor of Biochemistry and Professor of Chemistry at Duke University. Dr. Modrich was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry jointly with Tomas Lindahl of the Francis Crick Institute and Clare Hall Laboratory in the UK, and Aziz Sancar of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, for mechanistic studies of DNA repair.

What can we do to create and support an environment where research integrity is at the core of the research endeavor? The Duke Office of Scientific Integrity (DOSI) invited institutional and departmental leaders as well as researchers to answer this question at a research town hall held on September 17th, 2021.  

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