Date: November 4, 2010
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Location: 1100 Grainger Hall
Information and registration: www.grad.wisc.edu/ethics
Members of the panel will address issues of research oversight, research infrastructure, the costs and benefits of research, the ways in which the public can influence research, how federal and state money is spent, and why basic science research is important. Panelists will include researchers, research oversight administrators, communication experts, and deans. William Mellon, Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences will facilitate the discussion. Provost Paul DeLuca will deliver opening remarks.This entry was posted in Extension and Outreach by . Bookmark the permalink.