Ad Hoc Committee
The original twenty-one member Ad Hoc Academic Integrity Committee consisted of representation from each College, the Library, Continuing Education, Academic Computing, the Registrar, Student Affairs, and the Student Government Association. These representatives served to create the AI Policy. The committee met for over 2 years and organized open forums, focus groups, and maintained an active website for students and faculty to talk about the AI Policy and to gain insight into how the policy should be established.
The charge of the committee was:
- To serve in an advisory capacity to the Assistant Director of Academic Integrity.
- To serve in a review capacity to make recommendations to revise the Academic Integrity Policy.
Ad Hoc Academic Integrity Committee Members:
|Betsy Bohannon (Co-Chair)||Student Rights and Responsibilities|
|Steve Byrn||Director of Admissions|
|Judy Cahill||Information Technology|
|Connie Callahan||College of Education|
|Sue Cain||Transition and University Services|
|Burke Christensen||Assistant Director of Academic Integrity|
|Bruce Davis||College of Arts and Sciences|
|LT. Chris Holly||Chair of Chairs Committee Representative|
|David May||Graduate Faculty/Faculty Senate|
|Sue Noblitt||College of Health Sciences|
|Kevin Rahimzadeh||Department of English and Theatre|
|Andy Smith||SGA Ethics Administrator|
|Judy Spain (Co-Chair)||University Counsel|
|Bill St. Pierre||Continuing Education and Outreach|