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1 June: Invitation Lecture 'Scientific integrity in seven trends' Wednesday 1 June, 10.45-13.00 hr, Waaier 1 & 2

Dear PhD and EngD

In June, the Faculty of Science and Technology is organising a 'Month of Integrity' (Programme | TNW Intranet (utwente.nl)
The opening lecture by Jonathan Soeharno on June 1st is open to the whole UT community. For PhD and EngD candidates an interesting and informative event. 




Wednesday 1 June

10.45 - 13.00 hr

Waaier 1 & 2

Lecture 'Scientific integrity in seven trends' 
A violation of scientific integrity: it is the most serious accusation that can be made against a scientist. But what is integrity? Why do we consider integrity so important – as it appears in almost all codes of conduct? And why is there so much emphasis on violations, rather than on the - positive - realisation of integrity? In an interactive lecture, Professor Soeharno will make this elusive phenomenon more tangible, with current examples and trends.

About Jonathan Soeharno
Jonathan Soeharno (theologian, philosopher and lawyer) is a specialist in the field of ethics and integrity.  

He is a professor of law at the University of Amsterdam, lawyer (Of Counsel) at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, member of the Disciplinary Court and deputy judge at the Court of Appeal in Den Bosch (Commerce Chamber). He chairs the supervisory board of the Centre for Organisational Integrity, is a lecturer in ethics at the judiciary and held the chair of the Scientific Integrity Committee of the University of Amsterdam until 2022.

He is, among others, the author of The Integrity of the Judge (2009), The Value of the Oath (2020) and Logic for lawyers (2021); and he edited the VSNU volume Plagiarism in Academic Research and Education (2021).