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Academic Integrity Office

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

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY OFFICE (AIO) LAUNCHES POLICY REVIEW AND REVISION PROCESS

With the help of an advisory committee of faculty, students and senior administrators from each SU School and College, the AIO began exploring options for further improving the effectiveness, fairness, efficiency, and flexibility of the University’s Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures. To read more about this process, which is ongoing, please click on these documents:

1) Frequently asked questions about the AI Policy Review and Revision
2) Timeline for this process
3) Summary of Revisions Proposed by the Advisory Committee
4) Summary of current policies and challenges

We welcome your feedback. Please email comments, concerns and questions to aio@syr.edu.

Annual Report

The 2014-2015 annual report is now available. You can view previous years’ reports on the annual reports page.

 

SU news and study tip videos

Syracuse University News: Academic Integrity Office Kicks off Weeklong Campaign

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 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.

The Chronicle of Higher Education: In a Fake Online Class With Students Paid to Cheat, Could Professors Catch the Culprits?

The Chronicle of Higher Education: To Stop Exam Cheats, Economists Say, Try Assigning Seats

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Cheating Inadvertently

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Universities Ban Smart Watches During Finals

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Another Use for Yik Yak on Campus? Cheating on Exams

Inside Higher Ed: In China, No Choice But to Cheat?

ABC News: A Cheating Crisis in America’s Schools

LA Times: Colleges Grapple with Cheating in the Digital Age

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