The field of ethics in science aims to improve the way the audience perceives science, and this unique workbook discusses the areas of ethics and scientific misconduct. It provides assessments and exercises for learners to work through in groups or alone. Completion of the workbook but especially the assessment and tests will earn the learner a certificate for scientific misconduct training compiled by the author, and the certificate is available from the author's own website. This volume is a companion to the author's published volume, Ethics in Science: Ethical Misconduct in Scientific Research, Second Edition and will appeal to undergraduates, graduates and even high school students.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 ◾ What Is Science and How Is Science Done?
Chapter 2 ◾ Human Subjects
Chapter 3 ◾ Research With Animals
Chapter 4 ◾ Controversial Topics
Chapter 5 ◾ What Are Scientific and Research Ethics and What Is Scientific and Research Misconduct
Chapter 6 ◾ Other Forms of Misconduct and Questionable Research Practices and How They’re Called Out
Chapter 7 ◾ Publication-Related Ethics
Stony Brook University, Bachelor of Science (BS), Chemistry, 1996 – 2000
The University of Connecticut, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Chemistry, 2000 – 2005
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Johns Hopkins University,2005 – 2007
Alfred University, NY, August 2007 – Present
John D'Angelo teaches the following courses: Organic Chemistry I & II and associated labs; General Chemistry I & II labs and occasionally lectures; Basic (non majors) Organic Chemistry; How Science Changed the World (As a First Year Experience Course). He is also the current President of the Faculty Senate.