Academic Integrity Matters Personally, Professionally

March 28, 2016 at 1:58 pm

Don’t miss a great opportunity for conversation and best practices from 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30 in Media 238.

This Teaching and Learning Conversation (TLC) will identify “good practice” initiatives that contribute to academic integrity.  Four practices that have been effective in promoting academic integrity are: clear definitions and examples of cheating; faculty training; effective classroom management strategies and tools; and placing an “XF” on official transcripts of students failing to abide by the institution’s Code of Academic Integrity.

The panel will address these practices and their effectiveness in promoting academic integrity and reducing academic dishonesty here at USC Upstate. The audience as well as the panelists are encouraged to make recommendations for improving academic integrity on our campus.

PANELISTS

  • Lola Bradley, Reference Librarian, Library
  • Dr. Carmen Harris, Professor, History; HPPA
  • Laura Puckett-Boler, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Dean of Student Affairs
  • Tia Greene-Student
  • Anayeli Guerrero Pulido-Student

Please RSVP to cetl@uscupstate.edu