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The Honor Code at Georgia Tech. Graduate Student Orientation Presented by: David Dial Judicial Coordinator, Office of Student Integrity. Office of Student Integrity Staff. Ericka McGarity, Asst. Dean of Students/ Director, Office of Student Integrity David Dial, Judicial Coordinator

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the honor code at georgia tech
The Honor Code at Georgia Tech

Graduate Student Orientation

Presented by:

David Dial

Judicial Coordinator, Office of Student Integrity

office of student integrity staff
Office of Student Integrity Staff
  • Ericka McGarity, Asst. Dean of Students/ Director, Office of Student Integrity
  • David Dial, Judicial Coordinator
  • Sarah Graham, Judicial Coordinator
  • Nicole Cotton, Judicial Administrator
challenge statement
CHALLENGE STATEMENT
  • I commit to uphold the ideals of honor and integrity by refusing to betray the trust bestowed upon me as a member of the Georgia Tech community.
the no tolerance policy of cheating
The no tolerance policy of cheating. . .
  • Creates a community of honor- a level academic playing field for students and trusting environment in the classroom for faculty.
  • Connects the faculty and students beyond the classroom through shared trust.
  • Means students hold each other accountable for their actions.
do you really want to cheat
Do you really want to cheat?
  • The understanding that the cost greatly outweighs the benefit of cheating- Academically lose twice what might have been gained.
  • A record in the Dean of Students Office for academic dishonesty can be damaging.
  • The grade penalty can sometimes set students back a semesters/graduation and become costly financially and academically.
charges under the honor code
Charges under the Honor Code
  • C1: Unauthorized access
  • C2: Unauthorized collaboration
  • C3: Plagiarism
  • C4: Falsification of work
  • C5: Alteration of Grade
  • C6: Deliberate Falsification
  • C7: Forgery
  • C8: Distortion
typical violations
Typical Violations
  • Unauthorized collaboration
  • Copying Code
  • Over dependence on word
  • Re-grade abuse
  • Web plagiarism
  • Work stolen from computers or printers
what is expected of you
What is expected of you?
  • Understand the Honor Code and make honorable decisions.
  • Read and understand your faculty’s expectations. If you don’t ask questions. . . Asking forgiveness is not the way to go.
  • Students may choose to:
    • Confront the fellow student
    • Speak with the professor
    • Talk with an Honor Advisor
expectations of faculty
Expectations of Faculty
  • Clearly communicate Honor expectations, preferably on the syllabus. The Honor Code is a guide and faculty fill in the details as it applies to their class.
  • Give expectations for each assignment/test, eliminate the gray as possible.
  • Provide copies of old exams and assignments to the Library for review.
  • Understand and follow the Conduct process-REPORT MISCONDUCT.
the conduct process
The Conduct Process
  • You will receive an email from OSI or will be contacted by your professor, review our website for instructions.
  • Given an “I” until case is completed
  • Students can quickly resolve an allegation if:- it is shown the student is not responsible or. . .- if the student accepts responsibility and the decision of the administrator or faculty member.
the conduct process cont
The Conduct Process, cont.
  • A case is heard either one of two ways: faculty conference or OSI
  • Cases will be heard in absentia if a student does not attend their scheduled appointment.
  • All case outcomes must be recorded to the Office of Student Integrity.
get more information
Get more information
  • http://www.deanofstudents.gatech.edu/ integrity/
  • http://www.honor.gatech.edu