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Appendix: Discussion of Case Studies
Pages 51-56

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... Meetings should be held regularly to review progress and discuss future plans. If a student has difficulties discussing these issues with a thesis adviser, as Joseph did, the other members of a thesis committee should be willing to intervene to make sure that expectations are identified and made clear to all parties.
From page 52...
... Writing a literature review requires judgment in the selection and interpretation of previous work. Professor Lee should consider whether copying the one-sentence summaries takes unfair advantage of the other author's efforts, and whether those summaries relate to the proposal in the same way as the paper.
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... TESTS ON STUDENTS (Page 25) Although the instructional modules do not risk harming the students' health, because Antonio plans to publish the results, he must obtain IRB approval.
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... If so, how could that influence future policies or procedures in the lab?
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... But working on industrially sponsored research is not necessarily incompatible with getting a good education. In fact, it can be a valuable way to gain insight into industrially oriented problems and to prepare for future work that has direct applications to societal needs.
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... That relationship is therefore most likely to be subject to review by third parties. How can Sandra get help in resolving her own uncertainties?

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