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Appendix A Workshop Agenda DAY ONE 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30a.m. Welcome Dr. John Ahearne, Chair, NAE CEES Advisory Group Dr. Francisco Ayala, Member, OBAS Committee, COSEPUP 8:45a.m. Statement of Meeting Goals Dr. Richard Bissell, Executive Director, Division of Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council (NRC) Dr. Rachelle Hollander, Director, CEES, NAE 9:00 a.m. Meeting Logistics 9:10 a.m. Introductions of Meeting Attendees 10:00 a.m. Session I: Needs and Issues for Ethics Education in Scientific & Engineering Research Investigators and students exist in complex research and learning environments that include academic and other organizations such as professional societies, commercial research laboratories, government funding agencies, and peer-reviewed journals. What do these individuals and groups identify as the main impediments to developing effective responsible research programs? Are there con- 39
40 APPENDIX A flicting ideas about what these impediments are and what to do about them? Moderator: Francisco Ayala Speakers: Joseph Helble, Deborah Johnson, Michael Mumford, Wendy Williams Respondents: Paul Citron, Hugh Gusterson, Susan Silbey Short Break General Discussion Noon Lunch and Role-Play Exercise âGetting Resultsâ Facilitator: Stephanie Bird 1:30 p.m. Session II: Pedagogical Methods and Materials There is quite a variety of both methods and materials in effect. More than a few consortia provide on-line Âtutorials; conferences are common. What kinds of contents and range of techniques are in use? What are their strengths and their limitations? Whom do they reach, and with what results? What information do we have that enables us to judge their merits? Whatâs missing? Moderator: John Ahearne Speakers: Julia Frugoli, Kelly Laas, Caroline Whitbeck, Sara Wilson Respondents: Jason Borenstein, J. Britt Holbrook, Simil Raghavan General Discussion 3:30 p.m. Break 3:45 p.m. Session III: Outreach and Assessment Are relevant and important materials and techniques reach- ing the appropriate audiences? Who are the appropriate audiences, and are there useful feedback loops from them to the developers of materials, techniques, and guidance? Are the audiences able to adapt or adopt these resources? What efforts might improve access, use, and feedback and
APPENDIX A 41 improvement? What kinds of assessment have been devel- oped, make sense, or should be encouraged for the future? What have we learned and what do we need to learn? Moderator: Felice Levine Speakers: Melissa Anderson, Daniel Denecke, Brian Schrag, Joseph Whittaker Respondents: Carl Lineberger, Charles Huff Short Break General Discussion 5:15 p.m. Review of Sessions I, II and III What can we conclude about how to develop and imple- ment programs, how to export them, and how to assess their effectiveness? What can we conclude about develop- ment and use of effective methods and materials? What kinds of research, resource development, and dissemi- nation and assessment activities do we need in order to respond more effectively in the future? Moderator: Mark Frankel 7:00 p.m. Working Dinner at the Marian Koshland Science Museum Speaker: Richard Bissell, On Being a Scientist Informal conversation and continuation of discussion as needed or desired. The workshop planning group will meet at dinner to discuss meetingâs progress and assign follow-up duties. DAY TWO 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Next Steps This session will draft an initial version of the meeting sum- mary, based on the previous dayâs discussion and attendeesâ reflections about it. The workshop summary will identify currently promising materials and practices and provide
42 APPENDIX A examples of successful approaches and outcomes, includ- ing those that have created bridges between research inves- tigators and scholars and researchers with expertise in rel- evant domains of science and engineering ethics. It will identify gaps in accessible and useful resources and in the knowledge base, and suggest future research, educational innovations, and outreach and dissemination activities. Moderator: Rachelle Hollander Noon Lunch and Follow-On Assignments 2:00 p.m. Adjourn