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Dianne Quigley is the principal investigator of the NSF-funded grant project, The Northeast Ethics Education Partnership, (2010-2013), a partnership project with SUNY-ESF for training graduate students/faculty in research ethics and cultural competence. Ms. Quigley was the principal investigator of a grant from the National Institute on Health titled "Collaborative Initiative for Research Ethics in Environmental Health" (2000-2007). With an interdisciplinary team of academic and community professionals from five community-university research partnerships, she developed innovative approaches for dealing with community research protections in community/environmental research. The project sponsored a successful national conference on "Dialogues for Improving Research Ethics in Environmental/Public Health" in May 2003 for over 100 multi-ethnic community and academic researchers working on environmental justice and other community-based participatory research issues. Prof. Quigley is currently teaching at Brown University's Center for Environmental Studies, courses in cultural competence and ethics and environmental justice, and at UMASS-Dartmouth's Department of Anthropology; courses in environmental justice, cultural anthropology, sociology and race/class/gender and the media.