CSWCD conducts RTD on Research Ethics

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A roundtable discussion on research ethics was conducted by the College of Social Work and Community Development on July 11, 2012 at the Seminar Room, CSWCD Bldg. The RTD aimed to provide a venue for CSWCD faculty and staff who had experience in managing projects and researches funded by World Bank and other international financial institutions, to share their lessons and insights on the ethics of working with these institutions.

Several issues and challenges came up about the discussion. Among them are considerations for research and extension engagement at the individual and institutional level as well as the possibility of coming up with guidelines for R&E engagements of faculty and staff. A second RTD will be held focusing on community-engaged.

Prof. Jocelyn Caragay moderated the RTD while Prof. Ma. Linnea V. Tanchuling gave the synthesis. The Research and Extension for Development Office coordinated the event.

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