Tag: Emma Simpson

Honor Council Report | 11.14.18

The Honor Council found a junior in a science course responsible for accessing Canvas to find the answer to a question during a final exam. The professor confronted the student, who accepted responsibility and acknowledged that she would have had an unfair advantage in the course. In an expedited hearing, the student received the standard [...]

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Emory Searching for Chief Diversity Officer

Emory plans to appoint its first chief diversity officer (CDO) by Fall 2019, according to Vice Provost of Equity and Inclusion Lynell Cadray. The position is expected to address diversity issues by examining policy changes, conducting assessments and developing strategic plans, Cadray said. “Many of the initiatives around diversity that we’ve had at Emory ... [...]

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Honor Council Report | 10.17.18

The Honor Council found a freshman in a humanities class responsible for plagiarism. The student said he altered an image from the internet and thought that it was then considered a new image, so he failed to cite the original source in an assignment. He said the professor did not give clear instructions about citing [...]

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Honor Council Report | 10.3.18

The Honor Council found a freshman in a science course responsible for plagiarizing an assignment. The student asked to use a friend's assignment to serve as a model for his own, but he used almost all of his friend’s work and submitted it as his own. The assignment is worth 10 percent of the course [...]

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Atlanta Mayor Talks Faith, Politics in Convocation Address

Maheen Nazarally, Contributing Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms discussed her religious experiences in connection with her political career at an Aug. 30 convocation address to the Candler School of Theology in Cannon Chapel. Bottoms told about 400 audience members that she began to trust in her faith as a child after she realized good people [...]

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