UM Platform for Research Ethics and Integrity

The UM Platform for Research Ethics and Integrity aims to stimulate discussion within UM on research ethics and integrity, foster exchange of best practices between faculties, and organize events on relevant topics. The Platform is distinct from the faculty ethics review committees – which review and approve research projects – and the committee on scientific integrity – which deals with specific complaints filed regarding scientific integrity. The Platform meets at least twice per year. 

Join the 2nd FAIR Coffee Lecture on 13 April 10.00 - 11.00
by Kody Moodley “How I try to make my research data FAIR: Experience from a Data Scientist working in Law & Tech”. Click here for more information. 

UM Platform for Research Ethics and Integrity members

Contact
To get in the touch with the Platform, please send an email to Maria Vivas Romero via platformrei[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]nl

News

  • Stock exchange

    Stock exchange companies must take more responsibility for negative externalities

    Tuesday, October 26, 2021

    Dutch listed companies must take responsibility for the negative effects that their business activities and supply chain have on people and the planet by aligning their business strategy much more than is currently the case with planetary boundaries. This not only concerns slowing down climate change, but also, for example, combating the loss of biodiversity and the need to think and act in a circular manner.

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  • Vulnerable students remain the hardest hit by COVID-19

    Thursday, October 21, 2021

    The balance after a year and a half of the COVID-19 crisis in education: the corona delay has partly been made up, but learning growth is still lower, especially in mathematics. Vulnerable students remain the hardest hit.

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  • FASOS

    Students at Maastricht University share their COVID-19 experiences

    Thursday, October 21, 2021

    Students from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University, digitised in 3D personal items that spoke to their experience of the pandemic. These models were woven into digital stories that explore their experience from personal, cultural, and social perspectives.

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