Honor Council | 10.2.19

A senior in a social science course was found responsible for plagiarism. The professor reported that the student’s work on two written assignments was more advanced than her previous work, and it was found that much of her work was copied from online articles. In an expedited hearing, the student took responsibility and acknowledged that [...]

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Honor Council | 9.18.19

The Honor Council found a freshman in a social sciences course responsible for seeking unauthorized assistance on an assignment. The professor reported that two students submitted the same photo for an assignment that required them to photograph part of their daily routine. In a full hearing, the student admitted to submitting the same photo but [...]

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Honor Council Report | 9.4.19

The Honor Council found a senior in a natural sciences course responsible for unauthorized assistance and plagiarism on a homework assignment. The course instructor reported that several students submitted similar work for an assignment that was to be completed individually. In a full hearing, the student admitted to meeting with another classmate to look over [...]

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Emory Appoints Mary Anne Bobinski as First Female Law Dean

Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Dwight A. McBride announced Mary Anne Bobinski as the next dean of Emory Law School according to a May 23 University press release. Bobinski will be the first woman to hold the position since the law school’s founding in 1916 and will start in August 2019. Bobinski [...]

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