The AHC upholds the College’s academic honor code while promoting integrity within our academic community.
Our 2014-2015 Graduate and Professional Academic Honor Council consists of students and faculty members who create and maintain a campus climate in which academic integrity and responsible research practices are fostered and embraced.
- Student and faculty members of the Graduate and Professional Academic Honor Council represent each of the academic schools.
- All members are held accountable for unbiased reviewing of reports of suspected academic misconduct.
- As Review Board members, AHC students and faculty support reported students in absorbing the value of academic integrity through sanctioning, which can include our pioneering rehabilitative Integrity Seminar.
Representing the Kalmanovitz School of Education
- Nicole Schultz, Single Subject Teaching Credential Program and Lasallian Fellowship Recipient
- Suzy Thomas, Graduate Counseling Program
- Heidimarie Rambo, Graduate Teaching Leadership
- Gloria Sosa, Graduate Counseling Program
Representing the School of Economics and Business Administration
- Jyoti Bachani, Graduate Business Management
- Suneel Udpa, Graduate Business Accounting
- Andras Margitay-Becht, Graduate Business Management
- George Papagiannis, Graduate Business Management
Representing the School of Liberal Arts
- Tara Galvez, Master of Fine Arts Program
- Haley McCollough, Graduate Kinesiology Program
- Todd Courage, Liberal Education for Arts Professionals (LEAP)
- Liberal Education for Arts Professionals (LEAP)
- Doug Paxton, Graduate Business Leaderhsip
- Grete Stenersen, Liberal Education for Arts Professionals (LEAP)
- Claire Williams, Graduate Kinesiology
- Linda Baumgardner, Master of Fine Arts Dance Program