Indiana University
Speech and Hearing Sciences

S685: Research Methods, Grant
Writing and Ethics in SPHS  
Spring, 2009

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Last Updated: February 12, 2009

Announcements:

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2. Research topics and funding sources for previous classes posted here.

Instructor
Diane Kewley-Port, email kewley@indiana.edu
OFFICE HOURS: Wed. 3:30-4:30 C191, Thurs. 1:00-2:00 C191

Credit Hours:  (3.0)
Lecture Monday/Wednesday 11:15-12:30 C054

Course Description

How can a doctoral program train world-class scientists in human behavior? Although this course is only a small part the total program, it allows students to look at the research process in order to gain insights into how they can make significant contributions to science. Selected topics include research design, analysis, and reporting (articles and talks). A major section of the course is research ethics and the responsible conduct of research (this segment meets the course qualifications for submitting NIH grants. Another major section is learning how to prepare of grant proposals. The primary requirement is to write a grant proposal suitable for submission, for example as a predoctoral fellowship to NIH or NSF.

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Updated
1/7/2009