Committee on Intellectual Integrity
- The campus policy on Intellectual Integrity, as desribed in the college catalog.
- The Intellectual Integrity Resources Site including the Basic Primer on Intellectual Integrity and Plagiarism
- Instructors should notify their dean's office of violations using the online form: Intellectual Integrity Violation Report Form (NOTE: There is a problem with the report form correctly submitting. Please complete the form, then save it as a PDF [or print it to a PDF file], and email that to your dean [along with any attachments]. We are working to solve this issue...we will remove this notice when the problem is resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience!)
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The charge of this committee is to coordinate campus-wide efforts to uphold intellectual integrity, including providing relevant educational resources and instruction to both faculty and students.
Membership: David Bozak (presiding ), Steven DiMarzo, Lisa Evaneski, Barbara Garii, Douglas Hemphill, Gwen Kay, Ray Morrison, Michael Murphy, Jim Nichols, Julie Pretzat, Shannon Pritting, Hema Rao, Kristian Woolley
The committee meets roughly the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 9 to 10 a.m., 711 Culkin Hall.
- Archive of past committee minutes
College Policy on Intellectual Integrity
"Intellectual integrity on the part of all students is basic to individual growth and development through college course work. When academic dishonesty occurs, the teaching/learning climate is seriously undermined and student growth and development are impeded. For these reasons, any form of intellectual dishonesty is a serious concern and is therefore prohibited." [preamble]
The full policy can be found in the college catalog.
Reports and papers by committee members can be found here.
Academic integrity survey
View results of the academic integrity survey administered during the 2006-2007 academic year.
Text matching service pilot project
CII launched a pilot project during the spring 2009 semester to investigate the effectiveness of the availability of a text matching service such as Turnitin. Learn more