New Course – Academic Integrity – Student

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Rigorous, scholarly work is expected of all students at the university level. This course will explore academic integrity, plagiarism, and dishonesty, along with how students can be sure they are meeting academic expectations.



Students (Undergraduate & Graduate), University Conduct Officials


Meet the Authors

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Christine Natal-Martinez, MS, MEd

Christine Natal has eight years of experience working with Student Conduct and Academic Integrity. Christine previously worked for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the University of Florida, the University of Kentucky, and the University of South Florida. Christine is a 40-hour trained mediator with an extensive background in conflict management and academic integrity.

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Jeffrey L. Johnson, PhD, PMP – Sullivan University

Jeff Johnson has been in academics since 1992. He teaches economics, operations, quantitative methods, project management, quantitative research, and management courses at various academic levels. Jeff’s research interests include student performance on standardized tests, students’ earning of professional certifications, and student academic outcomes across delivery methods.