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Maintain Academic Integrity

Beth Reed's math classroomAcademic integrity is essential in a community of scholars. Anything less than total commitment to integrity undermines the efforts of the entire academic community.

Both students and faculty are responsible for insuring the academic integrity of the University. Here’s what you can do to educate yourself and ensure an equitable learning community.

Video play screen Academic Integrity (Video Presentation by Academic & Community Conduct Director, Robert Bishop)