Academic Integrity Board 2017 - 2018

University Committee  --  Faculty Members Serve Three-Year Terms

2017 -  2018DepartmentCollegeTerm
Elicka Peterson SparksGJSA&S2017-2020
Kenneth MuirSOCA&S2017-2020
John MartyTHR/DANFAA 2017-2020
Paul OrkiszewskiLIBLIB2016-2019
Kim BecnelLESCOE2015-2018
    
 Graduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018
 Undergraduate Student 2017-2018



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Faculty Handbook:

7.3.4.1 Academic Integrity Board
(a) Members on Committee: 12 – 6 faculty and 6 students. The AIB contains two (2) standing committees: (1) the faculty committee, and (2) the student committee. The Faculty Committee is composed of the AIB’s six (6) faculty members and one (1) student member. The Student Committee is composed of the AIB’s six (6) student members and one (1) faculty member. Faculty AIB members are nominated by the Committee on Committees of the Faculty Senate from a list of volunteers willing to serve and are approved by a vote of the Faculty Senate.
Appalachian State University Faculty Handbook • rev August 3, 2015 114
Faculty members serve three (3) year staggered terms and may be nominated for consecutive terms. Student AIB members are nominated by the Student Government Association President and selected by the Student Judicial Board interview panel. Student AIB members serve two-year staggered terms. The provost and executive vice chancellor or her/his designee will convene the first meeting and facilitate the selection of a chair, or co-chairs, from among the voting members of the committee;

(b) reports to: the provost and executive vice chancellor;
 
(c) areas of responsibility: In addition to considering violations of the Academic Code and determining appropriate sanctions as part of the AIB, the Faculty Committee is also charged with providing their peers with guidelines for promoting and enforcing academic integrity; educating faculty about academic integrity issues; conducting academic integrity workshops for faculty; and observing faculty reactions to the operation of the Code and to the academic environment of the University. In addition to considering violations of the Academic Code and determining appropriate sanctions as part of the AIB, the Student Committee is also charged with promoting academic integrity among their peers through a series of seminars, workshops, and classes; educating students about the seriousness of academic integrity; and observing student reactions toward the operation of the Code and the University’s academic environment; and

(d) see http://policy.appstate.edu/Academic_Integrity_Code for a copy of the Academic Integrity Code.


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