The pressures of competition and peer culture can certainly stand in the way of students who want to have successful–and honest–academic careers.
Join guest panelists David Callahan, David Wangaard, Jennifer Schroeder and Stephen Kuntz as they discuss practical strategies students and schools can use to build a culture of academic integrity.
David Callahan is author of The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead. Since publishing the book, he has spoken to students, faculty, and administrations at education institutions across the country, as well as to numerous business and civic groups. He's also been a frequent media commentator on integrity and ethics issues.
Stephen Kuntz, a former ESL, EAP, and literature instructor, directs Writing Resources out of Student Services at the University of Alberta. In addition to non-credit writing seminars, he teaches a plagiarism awareness and prevention workshop entitled "To Your Credit," a transition course for international students, and serves as a member of the Academic Integrity Council.
Jennifer Schroeder is Associate Professor of Biology at Millikin University and currently serves as the Vice Chair for the Council on Student and Academic Standards. In addition to teaching courses for majors and non-majors--that span from entry-level freshman through graduate students--she also does research with emphases on breast cancer and pesticides.
David B. Wangaard, Ed.D. is the President and Director of The School for Ethical Education. Prior to earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado, David was a K-12 school principal in Alaska.