Your absences will be indicated on the attendance sheet for you to review. If you feel you were incorrectly marked absent, you must resolve the issue the following week. After that time your absence will not be excused. You must be on-time for all seminars and stay until the class is dismissed. Being late twice may lower your final grade. We request your courteous attention during the lecture presentations. We have assembled a diversified group of speakers, from various institutions, to discuss their work with you. They are guests of Fairleigh Dickinson University and deserve your undivided attention. You are encouraged to ask relevant questions. All cell phones should be set to vibrate; their usage during seminar is prohibited. Academic Integrity Policy: Students enrolled at Fairleigh Dickinson University are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic honesty. Students have the responsibility to each other to make known the existence of academic dishonesty to their course instructor, and then, if necessary, the department chair, or the academic dean of their college. Course instructors have the added responsibility to state in advance in their syllabi any special policies and procedures concerning examinations and other academic exercises specific to their courses. Students should request this information if not distributed by the instructor. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: Cheating -Giving or receiving unauthorized assistance in any academic exercise or examination. Using or attempting to use any unauthorized materials, information, or study aids in an examination or academic exercise. Plagiarism -Representing the ideas or language of others as one’s own. Falsification -Falsifying or inventing any information, data, or citation in an academic exercise. Multiple Submission -Submitting substantial portions of any academic exercise more than once for credit without the prior authorization and approval of the current instructor. Complicity -Facilitating any of the above actions or performing work that another student then presents as his or her assignment. Interference -Interfering with the ability of a student to perform his or her assignments. Sanctions: Any student violating academic integrity will, for the first offense, receive one or a combination of the following penalties imposed by the faculty member: No credit (0) or Failure for the academic exercise.
- Summer '19
- Biology, 1981, Academia, Academic dishonesty, 1977, Fairleigh Dickinson University