Cari Rosoff received the 2017 American Psychological Association Ethics Committee Graduate Student Ethics Writing Prize at the APA Annual Convention in August 2017 for her paper entitled “Ethics in College Sexual Assault Research.”
Concerns about the high rates of sexual assault on college campuses have led to a large increase in relevant research. Yet, the current literature is limited about the ethical implications of conducting research with college sexual assault victims. The paper addresses ethical dilemmas and provides recommendations for researchers study college sexual assault.
As the prize winner, Cari’s paper was presented at the APA Annual Convention and has been published in the journal Ethics and Behavior.