Managing undue foreign influence in the academic environment has proven to be a challenge for both government agencies and university campuses alike. Foreign talent recruitment programs, Confucius Institutes, and non-traditional collectors have all been highlighted as ways in which foreign governments have either improperly acquired intellectual property, or inappropriately influenced certain campus activities that are contrary to existing rules and research integrity principles.
This webinar introduces current foreign influence concerns, available disclosure practices, industry best practice suggestions, and some newly released government directives that will impact future guidance.
Language Availability: English
Suggested Audiences: Faculty, University Administrators
Organizational Subscription Price: $300 per year/per site or included as part of the $1,000 annual subscription to our All Access Webinar Package
Independent Learner Price: $49 per person
Principles and Practices for Managing Undue Foreign Influence in an Academic Environment
Presented by: Allen A. DiPalma, MBA - University of Pittsburgh
- Understand the reasons behind current undue foreign influence concerns.
- Identify some frequent disclosure practices used to manage foreign influence risk.
- Recognize industry best practice suggestions to more effectively manage foreign influence risk.
- Be familiar with recent government released directives that will impact future guidance.
Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 20416 (English)
Undue Foreign Influence: Risks and Mitigations
Explore key ethical, export, security, intellectual property, and transparency requirements related to international engagement.
Conflicts of Interest (COI)
Reviews the PHS regulations on financial conflicts of interest and an investigator's responsibilities related to the disclosure of "Significant Financial Interests.”