Program for Supporting Research and Development in Universities

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The Program for Supporting Research and Development in Universities


Research Ethics Workshop

Research Ethics Workshops

The Ministry of Education’s Research & Development office has held a workshop “Research Ethics” for Saudi universities in the cities of Riyadh & Jeddah during the period of 9-13 December 2018. The workshop’s objective is to support scientific research and publication in KSA universities and was hosted by the RDO in collaboration with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Universities faculty members attended the workshop, which took place at Hayat Regency hotel in Riyadh & Hilton hotel in Jeddah.

The workshop’s focus was on increasing researchers’ awareness on research ethics and publication, which aligns with the Saudi Vision 2030 and KSA strategic priorities. The targeted audience were universities early career faculty members in different fields, which included science, engineering, and health.

The total number of participants in both workshops was about 120 researchers, both male and female, from 16 different public KSA universities. Researchers who have successfully completed the workshop have been awarded certificates of completion.

This workshop comes as a member of a series of workshops to be delivered physically and virtually in the near future with the goal to benefit researchers in various research-related subjects. ​

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Albert Beckford Jones, President and CEO Trading & Consulting International, Inc. (a Chicago based international business development, strategy implementation and management consulting company) is the Advisor to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Research Competitiveness Program (RCP).  Albert Jones assists RCP (and other AAAS programs) in their business development efforts with foreign governments, and institutions of science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), research, innovation, and entrepreneurship; Albert Jones lays the ground work for international programmatic work and S&T collaboration. As the world’s largest general scientific society, AAAS has a commitment to strengthening science, technology, mathematics, engineering (STEM) ecosystems. The Research Competitiveness Program (RCP) has worked for more than twenty years to provide strategic assessment, peer review, training, and programs for innovation and entrepreneurship for governments, universities, foundations, and other STEM organizations.

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