Exam 2 Bio 46

Exam 2 Bio 46 - Bio 46 Exam 2 Due in Class on 11/6/06...

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Bio 46 Exam 2 Due in Class on 11/6/06 PLEASE PRINT OUT AND COMPLETE IN PEN You are welcome to use your notes, books, or other references while completing this exam. However, the work you submit should be solely the product of your own intellectual effort. You may not work together or discuss the exam with another student as this will be considered cheating. Your signature reaffirming your commitment to the Duke Community Standard is requested below. I will not lie, cheat, or steal in my academic endeavors, nor will I accept the actions of those who do. I will conduct myself responsibly and honorably in all my activities as a Duke student. _________________________________________________________ signature _________________________________________________________ please print name “Nor will I accept the actions of those who do.” What does this mean? “The Duke Community Standard stresses the commitment that students share with faculty and administrators to enhance the climate for academic integrity at Duke University. The pledge beginning “I will not lie, cheat, or steal in my academic endeavors” is followed by an additional affirmation, “nor will I accept the actions of those who do.” Both statements, like the Duke Community Standard as a whole, are statements of principles. From principles flow policies. Stemming from this non-toleration clause (“nor will I accept the actions of those who do”) is a policy that reflects an emphasis on taking constructive action of some sort if one witnesses or knows about dishonorable behavior connected to classroom assignments or activities. Students who observe or hear about
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cheating are obligated to do something about it rather than to remain passive by standers. They are obligated to take action. Several possible courses of action are available, and students should feel free to discuss them with trusted advisors before choosing among them: Alerting the faculty member that cheating may be occurring in the course. This alert can be in any form, including anonymously. The information will allow the instructor to consider corrective measures and to address the topic with the class. Calling attention to the suspected violation as it is occurring, in either a public or a private manner. Identifying the suspected cheater to the faculty member of the course. The report will be treated in total confidence : the faculty member will not divulge the reporting student’s name to anyone, and the reporting student is under no obligation to take the information any place else. The faculty member will then act on this information, as the Faculty Handbook requires; at the very least, the instructor will let the suspected student know that his or her behavior has raised suspicion.
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2009 for the course BIO 46 taught by Professor Broverman during the Fall '07 term at Duke.

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