The Academic Integrity Board is now accepting applications for undergraduate students.
The Academic Integrity Board is a group of students, faculty, and administrators who are committed to academic integrity and raising the awareness of integrity issues at Case Western Reserve University. The board conducts programs for both students and faculty to promote discussion about issues of integrity on campus. The board’s goal is to foster a campus environment where integrity is affirmed and celebrated by all members of the academic community. As a leading center for undergraduate learning and research, Case Western Reserve University is committed to upholding high standards for all of its members. In doing so, members hope to develop a community characterized by the values necessary to succeed in academic and professional life.
As a student on the Academic Integrity Board, a member serves on academic integrity violation hearings, works within a committee on AIB, and helps plan and promote events designed to promote academic integrity. Many members within the AIB board have found their experience not only to be important in promoting academic integrity, but also in the development and implementation of important professional skills.