The role of faculty in supporting the Academic Honor Code include frequent discussion with students about academic integrity, monitoring of suspicious coursework or signs of academic dishonesty, and reporting suspected misconduct in a documented and confidential manner.
As faculty members, you are our guardians of academic integrity. It is your job to model personal integrity and to provide guidance, boundaries and a classroom environment that welcomes inquiry, integrity and accountability.
Current 2014-2015 Undergraduate Academic Honor Council faculty members serving as resources for academic integrity, the Academic Honor Code, and the College's reporting process:
- Caroline Dorran, Business Ethics
- Claire Williams, Kinesiology
- Dana Lawton, Performing Arts
- Cathy Finger-Podolsky, Accounting
- Linda Baumgardner, Performing Arts
- Mikiko Imanmura, Communication
- Norm Bedford, International Business
- Roy Wensley, School of Science Dean
- Lisa Manter, Composition
Oversight provided by Chris Sindt, Vice Provost for Graduate and Professional Studies.
Past undergraduate faculty members available as mentors:
- David Bird, Modern Languages/Director Honors Student Program
- Elena Escalera, Psychology
- Zach Flanagin, Theology & Religious Studies
- Cynthia Van Gilder, Anthropolgy
- Hilda Ma, English
- Scott Schonfeldt-Aultman, Communication
- Tom Poundstone, Theology & Religious Studies
- Ed Porcella, Integral
- Alexis Doval, Integral
- Frances Sweeney, Modern Languages
- Frank Murray, Performing Arts
- Ron Ahnen, International Area Studies/Politics
- Steve Miller, Kinesiology
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