Academic Integrity Committee

Annual Report: 2010-11

 

The Academic Integrity Committee met 2 times in academic year 2010-11.

 

We began the process of looking at the sanctioning model, with an eye towards possible midificartions.

 

Attached (below) are the statistics for Academic Integrity Cases Resolved in 2010-11.  Comments on statistics: The total number of cases is roughtly flat.  The number of cases resolved by the Honor Committee remains tiny.  This was never the intention when the student rules were modified to lessen the load on the Honor Committee.  Student appeals remain high, but this is to be expected these days.

 

Summary Statistics

 

2010-2011 Academic Year Total Cases Resolved

 

Total Cases Resolved Summer ’10 Undergraduate  = 90 Responsible =  76 Not Responsible/FYI  = 14 Administrative Conference = 72;  FCR = 4; Honor Committee= 0 Appeals =  14 DOS = 13; Vice Provost = 1

 

Total Cases Resolved Summer ’10 Graduate = 1 case, 1 Responsible, no appeals

 

Total Cases Resolved Fall 2010 Undergraduate  = 82 Responsible = 50 Not Responsible/FYI = 32 Administrative Conference =  70;  FCR =  4;  Honor Committee = 0 Appeals = 8 (7 DOS, 1 GT President)

 

Total Cases Resolved Graduate Fall 2010 = 10 Responsible = 7 Not Responsible/FYI = 3 Administrative Conference =  10 Appeals = 0

 

Total Cases Resolved Spring ’11 Undergraduate = 138 Responsible = 117 Not Responsible/FYI = 21 Administrative Conference =  89;  FCR =  27;  Honor Committee =  2 Appeals =  20 (DOS)

 

Total Cases Resolved Spring ’11 Graduate = 9 Responsible = 9 Not Responsible/FYI = 0 Administrative Conference = 9; FCR = 0; Honor Committee = 0 Appeals =  0