The Student Academic Integrity Committee advises the executive vice president and provost and the administrative officers responsible for education, outreach, and sanctions related to issues of student academic integrity.
2021-22 Student Academic Integrity Committee Leadership
2021-22 Meeting Schedule
The Student Academic Integrity Committee meets Wednesdays from 9:30-11 a.m., unless otherwise noted. University Senate Governance senates and committees will continue meeting via Zoom during fall semester 2021 and spring semester 2022.
|September 15, 2021||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
|October 13, 2021||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
|November 10, 2021||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
|February 9, 2022||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
|March 16, 2022||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
|April 13, 2022||9:30-11 a.m.||Online Via Zoom|
Committee members will be automatically added to a Google Calendar invite for these meetings at the beginning of the 2021-22 academic year.
University Senate Bylaws, Article II., Section 5
K. STUDENT ACADEMIC INTEGRITY COMMITTEE
The Student Academic Integrity Committee is an advisory body to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost and to the administrative officers responsible for education, outreach, and sanctions related to issues of academic integrity.
The Student Academic Integrity Committee shall be composed of:
- 5 faculty members,
- 3 academic professional members,
- 6 students (including one from each system campus; of the two Twin Cities representatives, one shall be a graduate or professional student and one shall be an undergraduate student), and
- ex officio representation as specified by vote of the University Senate.
Members will be appointed by the Committee on Committees. Academic professional members must be eligible to serve in the Faculty Senate. At least 1 faculty or academic professional member must be from a system campus. The chair of the committee shall be a tenured faculty member.
Duties and Responsibilities
a. To review the appropriateness and adequacy of the mechanisms to deal with academic integrity in the University as a whole, on each of the campuses, and in each of the colleges, and to make recommendations to the appropriate campus administrators and the University Senate for revisions of University policies that are necessary to ensure academic integrity.
b. To advise the appropriate campus administrators who have primary responsibility for academic integrity on all matters the committee deems appropriate, including but not limited to (1) ways to make academic integrity an integral value of the University, (2) the development and dissemination of best practices to ensure academic integrity, (3) processes and procedures for considering allegations of student academic misconduct, and (4) the nature of sanctions that should be imposed on those who are found to have violated University rules concerning academic integrity.
c. To review records of academic misconduct allegations in order to make policy recommendations to the appropriate campus administrators who have primary responsibility for academic integrity and the Senate.
d. To advise the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost regarding the appointment of the Twin Cities academic integrity officer.
e. To confer with appropriate Senate committees on matters of academic integrity as needed.
[Note: this bylaw and references to academic misconduct are not to be construed as conflicting with, or superseding, other bylaws or University policies related to research misconduct, conflict of interest, or the ethical conduct of research and scholarship.]
[Note: individual colleges and campuses may also appoint committees on academic integrity issues, which will review and promote academic integrity issues in the particular unit.]