The faculty handbook is the source for educational policy and instructional resources within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The section on Addressing Student Problems will provide information about how to handle possible violations of the Honor Code.
What Faculty and Instructional Support Staff Need to Know
This page provides a basic outline of how the Honor Code is implemented.
Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct
If you suspect a case of academic dishonesty, you will want to contact the OASIC for information on how to proceed. You can reach the OAISC at (617) 384-7239 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Student Academic Integrity Fellows (SAIF)
Academic Integrity ambassadors who will explain the Honor Code to groups across campus. SAIFs are available to come to classes and department events to discuss the Honor Code with students. SAIFs will also act as peer supporters for individual students meeting with the Honor Council to address a potential academic integrity violation.
Teaching with Integrity – Some Resources for Your Classroom
Supporting a culture of academic honesty takes more than students simply reading statements and signing their names. It requires an active engagement from both students and instructors, with both the broad concept of academic integrity and the specifics of how it manifests within your field. Here are some resources that might help you address the topic within your course structure.
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