School of Meteorology

Graduate students at the University of Oklahoma: resources, milestones, and academic integrity.

Nicole Morris, Academic Counselor-Graduate College
Breea D. Clark-Associate Director of Academic Integrity Programs

14 October 2014, 4:00 PM

National Weather Center, Room 1313
120 David L. Boren Blvd.
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK

Nicole Morris: An overview will be provided of OU’s Graduate College resources available to graduate students. Principal aspects of graduate student life at OU will be discussed, and questions from the graduate student audience will be answered.

Breea Clark:
My presentation to graduate students will be a mix up of knowing the rules of academic integrity in their role as students, but also knowing how to report academic misconduct in their role as an
instructor or teaching assistant. I will speak about the academic integrity programs at OU, kinds of academic misconduct we see (specifically plagiarism) and the sanctions we have, how to file a report of academic misconduct, what the process looks like, and why it is every instructor's professional responsibility to engage with this system as opposed to handling
things "in house."

For accommodations based on disability, or more details, please call 325-6561. All visitors without NOAA or University of Oklahoma identification must register at the registration desk on arrival. Visitor parking is available for all University visitors. However, faculty/staff/students must have a current multi-purpose parking permit. Additional parking is available at the Lloyd Noble Center (LNC) for those individuals who do not have a parking permit. You do not need a permit to park in one of 1,200 spaces reserved for CART bus riders, although you must ride the CART shuttle to park in the reserved area. This area is on the north central side of the Lloyd Noble Center. Elsewhere at the LNC, permits are required.

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