January 30, 2024
Tuesday, January 30, 2024 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Research collaboration involves individuals working together to achieve a common goal of producing new scientific knowledge, insight on a problem, or understanding of a phenomenon. Collaboration also helps build stronger connections amongst coworkers making the team unit more successful and efficient than working individually on the same tasks. Collaboration is one of the most important parts of your graduate studies. This workshop will review guidelines to following when looking to initiate collaboration and best practices for effective collaboration. The session will also explore student conflicts of interest that can arise in research and creative activity. These can occur when there is a divergence between an individual’s private interests and his or her professional obligations to the University such that an independent observer might reasonably question the individual’s professional actions or decisions.
Full RECR workshop series information can be found at https://grad.msu.edu/recr.