Grants for Faculty Research on Engagement

Community Engagement and Ethical Research

What is the best way to train future scientists and engineers to be rigorous, ethical researchers? Do students develop a deeper commitment to ethical practice if they engage with communities affected by research? This team is studying whether meeting the people affected by research inspires better research practices. By measuring and assessing the attitudes of undergraduate STEM students, the researchers are investigating what types of engagement and research training have an impact on ethical thinking and practice.

The Team

  • Nozomi Nishimura, Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering
    College of Engineering
  • Laurel Southard, Office of Undergraduate Research
  • Amita Verma, Office of Research Integrity and Assurance
  • Isaac Smith, Management and Organizations
    Cornell SC Johnson College of Business
  • David Small, Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering
    College of Engineering

Grants for Faculty Research on Engagement

Supporting faculty who are investigating community-engaged learning and research and its specific impacts.

Apply Now