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Services at all three clinics are free and confidential. Remember thatgetting help, before stressreaches a crisis point, is a smart and courageous thing to do– for yourself, and for those youcare about. Also, know that the WSU Police Department (313 577-2222) has personnel trainedto respond sensitively to mental health emergencies at all hours.Academic Honesty- As a matter of ethics and to protect the integrity of grades, each student isresponsible for producing his or her own work. While this does not prohibit discussion orconsultation with fellow students,copying other student's work is forbidden.Academic Dishonesty--PlagiarismandCheatingAcademic misconduct is any activity that tends to compromise the academic integrity of theinstitution or undermine the education process. Examples of academic misconduct include:Plagiarism: To take and use another's words or ideas as your own withoutappropriate referencing or citation.Cheating: Intentionally using or attempting to use or intentionally providingunauthorized materials, information or assistance in any academic exercise. Thisincludes copying from another student's test paper, allowing another student to copyfrom your test, using unauthorized material during an exam and submitting a term paperInstructor:Dr. Alex DePetroPage 9of 17
ISM 7575 Winter 2020for a current class that has been submitted in a past class without appropriatepermission.Fabrication: Intentional or unauthorized falsification or invention of any information orcitation, such as knowingly attributing citations to the wrong source or listing a fakereference in the paper or bibliography.Other: Selling, buying or stealing all or part of a test or term paper, unauthorized use ofresources, enlisting in the assistance of a substitute when taking exams, destroyinganother's work, threatening or exploiting students or instructors, or any other violationof course rules as contained in the course syllabus or other written information.Such activity may result in failure of a specific assignment, an entire course, or, if flagrant,dismissal from Wayne State University.CourseDropsandWithdrawals:In the first two weeks of the (full) term, students can drop this class and receive 100% tuition andcourse fee cancellation.After the end of the second week there is no tuition or fee cancellation.Students who wish to withdraw from the class can initiate a withdrawal request on Academica.You will receive a transcript notation of WP (passing), WF (failing), or WN (no graded work) atthe time of withdrawal. No withdrawals can be initiated after the end of the tenth week. Studentsenrolled in the 10th week and beyond will receive a grade.Because withdrawing from coursesmay have negative academic and financial consequences, students considering course withdrawalshould make sure they fully understand all the consequences before taking this step. Moreinformation on this can be found at:StudentServices:The Academic Success Center(1600 Undergraduate Library) assists students withcontent in select courses and in strengthening study skills. Visit

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Term
Spring
Professor
Alexander DePetro
Tags
Information Security, Computer Security, Academic dishonesty, Dr Alex DePetro

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