The Graduate Honor Code establishes a standard of academic integrity. The code demands a firm adherence to a set of values and is founded on the concept of honesty with respect to the intellectual efforts of oneself and others.
Compliance with the Graduate Honor Code requires that all graduate students exercise honesty and ethical behavior in all their academic pursuits at the university, whether these undertakings pertain to study, course work, research, extension, or teaching.
To learn more about the Graduate Honor System and the Honor Code, visit these pages:
Erin Lavender-Stott (2016-17), email@example.com
As Chief Justice, Erin assures that justice, fairness, and due process are exercised in all operations of the Graduate Honor System. She recruits and trains graduate student and faculty panelists and investigators, and orients graduate students to the values and obligations described in the Honor Code. Erin presides at all Judicial Panel hearings and coordinates the activities of the Graduate Honor System. She also represents the Graduate Honor System at Commission of Graduate Studies and Policies (CGS&P) meetings.
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