University College announces a new online bachelor of professional studies program (BPS) in computer programming. The program was developed in response to employers seeking graduates who have the skills to meet the demands of the rapidly changing field of technology….
Academic Integrity Forum
FROM THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION:
An open forum on proposed changes in the SU Academic Integrity Policy will be held at 4 p.m. on April 13 in Maxwell Auditorium.
Proposed changes are set forth here. The open forum will take up the following proposed changes:
[a] Clarification of the distinction between academic dishonesty and academic negligence.
[b] Establishment of the grade of “XF” as the presumptive penalty for a first offense of academic dishonesty by undergraduates (the presumptive penalty for graduate students would be suspension or expulsion).
[c] Replacing appellate hearing panels with review of suspension/expulsion recommendations by the Associate Provost for Academic Programs.
Those who are unable to attend are invited to submit written comments in person or by e-mail addressed to Larry Lewandowski (email@example.com), the Instruction Committee Chair. Please submit your written comments by April 15.
For additional information: contact Gary Pavela director, Academic Integrity Office (firstname.lastname@example.org, 443-5409).