Workshop Calendar and Registration

RCR Workshop Calendar and Registration

The RCR workshop series is offered during the academic year between September and April. Any upcoming trainings are listed below

All students and faculty are welcome to sign up to attend the workshops, but priority is given to those that need to complete RCR training to fulfill a grant requirement, as described here.

For those not taking RCR trainings to fulfill a requirement may elect to come to one, a few or all of the RCR sessions, space permitting.

Please email and the Associate Director of Training and Learning, Morgan Fielding, , if you need to cancel your registration

Below is the RCR Workshop calendar to register for the Fall 2023 offerings. Please select one or multiple sessions that you would like to attend. Your selections will act as your registration and a calendar invite with any applicable links will be sent to your email

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New NSF RCR Training Requirement Workshop on Mentorship

In accordance with the CHIPS and Science Act, NSF is requiring grantees to provide mandatory trainings to all NSF researchers covering a number of topics and issues. One such required training is Mentorship, and the event described below is intended to satisfy this requirement. We sincerely hope you take advantage of this opportunity to attend in-person or virtually to listen to some of our notable faculty on the lessons learned from their respective careers. If you cannot attend, we will record the session and make it available for future viewing.

Title: Research Mentorship: A Shared Community Dialogue

Audience: Research faculty, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows

Description: This session will fulfill the new NSF training requirements for faculty and students by providing an open panel discussion about promising practices related to mentorship and a community-wide opportunity to share learnings and experiences that will enable us all to reflect on the importance of strong, ethical mentorship in stewarding the research community throughout the Northeastern global campus network.

Outcomes: Attendees will gain valuable perspective on the importance of mentorship for both mentors and mentees, as well as gain a greater understanding of the critical role of mentorship in facilitating safe and inclusive work environments and fostering research integrity.


Diedra Wrighting, PhD, ADVANCE Network (Moderator)
Özlem Ergun, Distinguished Professor of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Amy Farrell, Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice
Guevara Noubir, Professor & Executive Director of Cybersecurity Programs
Hanumant Singh, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

This workshop was held on Wednesday, September 13, 2023. A recording of the workshop will be made available

Last Updated on September 22, 2023

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