The University of Minnesota's 2023 Research Ethics Day Conference, What Makes Your Research Trustworthy? Threats and Opportunities, was covered in a story published in the Star Tribune. The article focused on the conference's first session, “Trustworthiness in Scientific Research: Earning & Keeping Public Trust,” which featured Profs. Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania, and Brian Nosek PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Open Science at the University of Virginia. The presenters discussed what makes research trustworthy, how research practices affect public trust, and the impacts of oversimplified messaging about the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the article on the Star Tribune website. Video of the 2023 Research Ethics Day Conference is available on the Consortium's YouTube page.
Research Ethics Conference Covered in Star Tribune
Wednesday, March 15, 2023