March 26, 01

Vol. 16 , No. 09   


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Academic Honesty On Trial
ELIZABETH MORGAN
P. EDWARD HALEY
GARY GILBERT
SARAH BAIRD '01
CYNTHIA HUMES, moderator
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2001

Plagiarism has never been easier in an Internet world. Websites have proliferated offering papers on demand. New forms of cheating are boasted about in web chat rooms and bulletin boards. How does an honest student maintain academic integrity and what is in store for those who do not?

Join us for a town hall meeting in which Gary Gilbert, Professor of Religious Studies and a member of the Academic Standards Committee; P. Edward Haley; Professor of International Relations; Elizabeth Morgan; CMC Registar; and Sarah Baird, CMC senior and EEP (economics, environment, and politics) major, comment on the phenomenon of academic dishonesty and some of its ramifications. Cynthia Humes, Professor of Religious Studies and Director of the Teaching Resource Center, will moderate the discussion.