In the world of academic misconduct, students can be called to a hearing, have a grade reduced, or even fail a class—all for simply not understanding their scholarly responsibilities as set forth in the student conduct code.
Starting Monday Oct. 6, in a week of free seminars addressing common academic mistakes, students will find answers to many of their questions about citing information, what constitutes a credible sources, plagiarism, and much more.
Receive one raffle drawing entry at each Academic Integrity session you attend. The more sessions you attend, the greater your chances of winning.
All cards must be returned to the TILT Building concierge desk by 5:00 pm, Friday, Oct. 9. You do not have to be present to win.
One lucky student will win lunch with CSU President Frank and ASCSU President, Sam Guinn.
For Freshmen and other students hoping to learn about academic expectations at CSU. Students who have not taken a Composition course are particularly encouraged to attend sessions on avoiding plagiarism and citing sources in college work. There is also a session on understanding ethical research.
To see sessions offered in various CSU Colleges regarding ethical issues in that discipline. Colleges presenting sessions include Business, Engineering, Health and Human Services.
For both new and continuing Graduate Students in any discipline, with sessions on integrity in the thesis and dissertation, submitting manuscripts for publication, copyright issues, and tracking your sources.
For students admitted to CSU needing to understand university expectations in the United States. Helpful resources will be introduced. Suggestions for academic success will also be shared.