Academic Integrity Office


Margaret L. Usdansky, Director
Janine Jarvis, Program Coordinator
548 E.S. Bird Library
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244
Phone: 315-443-5412
E-mail: aio@syr.edu


Recent News Coverage

Click on the headlines below for recent news coverage of issues relevant to academic integrity. Note: Some articles may only be accessible on campus.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Think Students in Your Class Might be Cheating? Here’s What to Do

Chronicle of Higher Education: Dartmouth and Stanford Apologize After a Political-Science Experiment Gone Wrong

New York Times: Notre Dame Is Rocked by Charges of Academic Cheating

Chronicle of Higher Education: UNLV Professor Is Investigated for Career-Spanning Plagiarism

Chronicle of Higher Education: Anatomy of a Serial-Plagiarism Charge

Buzzfeed: Editor’s Note: An Apology to Our Readers

The New Yorker: Why Politicians Plagiarize So Often

Inside Higher Ed: Plagiarism: Not-So-Cardinal Sin?

The Wall Street Journal: Historically Speaking: Plagiarism and the Poetry Wars

Inside Higher Ed: In Her Own Words: Brown Professor Use of Sources Case

New Online System for Academic Integrity Case Creation


AIO has a new, online database for case creation within MySlice. Faculty and instructors seeking to report a new academic integrity violation should use Academic Integrity at Syracuse University, which replaces the Instructor Resolution and Written Warning forms.
For more information about reporting a violation, click here.

Staff members or students seeking to report an academic integrity violation should contact the Academic Integrity Office (aio@syr.edu or 443-5412) or the Academic Integrity Coordinator at the school/college where the violation occurred.