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Academic Integrity Sub-Committee Call for Members

Academic Integrity Sub-Committee Call for Members

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in the June 2021 issue


The Academic Integrity Sub-Committee is a standing committee of Academic College Council (ACC). It reviews, discusses, and provides recommendations to and seek feedback from the college community and ACC related to Seneca’s academic integrity policy and procedures as it relates to all disciplines across the college. The Sub-Committee also serves as an expert reference group to the ACC, providing insight and input, acting in an advisory capacity to the Vice-President, Academic.

For more information about the Academic Integrity Sub-Committee, visit the terms of reference.

We are seeking 1 faculty representative to join the sub-committee in September 2021. Faculty representatives will be selected based on their innovative ideas, understanding of contemporary approaches to academic integrity which are grounded in literature, creativity, and the ability to apply their thinking on an institutional level.

To learn more about the Academic Integrity Sub-Committee and some of its initiatives, see these articles in previous issue of the Academic Newsletter:

If you are passionate about fostering a culture of Academic Integrity across Seneca, please send a letter of interest, stating how your experience aligns with the profile above, to Ashley Ribbel at Ashley.Ribbel@senecacollege.ca by 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on July 30, 2021.



View the June 2021 issue of the Academic Newsletter.

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