AIO Seeks input on Proposed Revisions to the University’s Academic Integrity Policy
Updated September 1, 2016
With the help of an advisory committee of faculty, students and senior administrators from each SU School and College, the AIO explored options for further improving the effectiveness, fairness, efficiency, and flexibility of the University’s Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures in fall 2015. In spring 2016, the University Senate passed a motion in support of the consensus principles of the policy revision developed by the advisory committee.
The proposed policy revisions were drafted over the summer and are now available for public comment. Faculty, students and staff will receive an email today inviting comment on the proposed revisions. If you have not received an email and survey link and would like to comment, please send us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “survey link request” and we will send you the link.
ECS, Falk, VPA and the i-School Join a New Academic Integrity Pilot Program to Evaluate Proposed Revisions to the Policy
Updated August 15, 2016
In spring 2016, the University Senate passed a motion in support of the consensus principles of the policy revision developed by the advisory committee and requested that the AIO expand a small pilot program testing the proposed revisions. The College of Engineering and Computer Science, the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, the School of Information Studies and the College of Visual and Performing Arts are participating in the pilot policy this fall. The existing academic integrity policy will remain in effect at the other Schools and Colleges with the exception of the College of Law, which operates under its own policy. To read more about the proposed policy revision and the pilot, click on the documents below. For questions about the pilot, contact the Academic Integrity Office or the Academic Integrity Coordinator of the participating School or College.
Updated Suggested Syllabus Language
August 15, 2016
Updated suggested syllabus language is now available.
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