National Center for Professional & Research Ethics
CSL's C.K. Gunsalus co-authors story for Inside Higher Ed on how to help academic leaders improve struggling units.
As mounting evidence demonstrates a lack of reproducibility in scientific research, CSL researchers say it is crucial in "advancing the frontiers of knowledge."
The course aims to give participants the skills to exert influence and become effective team members and leaders.
The course is the second of a three-part specialization, "Professional IQ: Preventing and Solving Problems at Work."
Professionals can tackle work pitfalls in a three-course specialization called “Professional IQ: Preventing and Solving Problems at Work.”
About 35 people attended the first course, which focused on ethical leadership development.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is partnering with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore to develop higher education’s next crop of leaders into more ethical and evidence-based decision-makers. With a $2.7 million grant, Illinois is collaborating with NTU to conduct research, develop curricula, provide guidance and create tools to train current and future executives of major research universities as part of a new NTU academy focusing on leadership, expected to launch next year.
There are thousands of examples of unethical behavior in today’s society, ranging from cheating on homework to medical experiments to falsifying research results—and even more examples of ethical conduct, many that go unheralded. Each year, Illinois celebrates Ethics Awareness Week to educate and bring awareness to the ethical issues surrounding students, staff and faculty, focusing on learning, scholarship and research.
C.K. Gunsalus talks about how two Delaware doctors accused of selling illegal drugs may have slid into disgrace one step at a time.