Steneck-Mayer Lecture

Background

The Steneck-Mayer Lecture is named after Nicholas H. Steneck and Tony Mayer who together started the World Conferences on Research Integrity. Their vision of a World Conference in Lisbon, Portugal in 2007 gave rise to the continuing series of conferences with worldwide impact. Thanks to their hard work, persistence, and unwavering commitment, the conferences have become the premier global events on research integrity. The Steneck-Mayer Lecture will be part of the World Conferences on Research Integrity from its sixth edition.

 

The lecture

The lecture should focus on one or more important issues that affect researchers, research institutions, and/or the research system at large. It is intended to be an original, insightful, creative and inspiring contribution to the Conference. 

 

Selection procedure

  • Each member of the Governing Board of the World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF) may nominate a candidate by submitting a proposal that summarizes the nominee's qualifications and proposed focus of the lecture. Proposals should be submitted at least six months prior to the Conference.
  • A candidate must:
    • have expertise relevant to research, education or policy making with respect to fostering responsible conduct of research or the prevention or handling of research misconduct;
    • have made a substantial, specific contribution in addressing relevant issues at the levels of researchers, research institutions, and/or the research system at large; and
    • be willing and able to present the Lecture during the World Conference at issue.
  • Members of the WCRIF Governing Board are not eligible as candidates.
  • Cost for travel and accommodation will be on the Conference budget.
  • The WCRIF Governing Board decides who will be invited to present the Steneck-Mayer Lecture.

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