In college, we had to take an ethics course to graduate. The Director of the Research Office taught the class. And incidentally, Dr. Franklin also wrote the required textbook for the class.
Curious that the head of the university’s ethics curriculum required a class to graduate that also required the textbook he wrote 15 years ago.
More curious was that the campus bookstore did not carry the textbook for rental. Most college textbooks are available for permanent purchase or for rent. This one only had the option to buy for good, through death and through health and through undergrad, and that was it. As if I want to keep a book on scientific misconduct on my reading shelf.Read More