Academic Integrity and STEM: A Panel Discussion

Although some values of academic integrity, such as honesty and fairness, are considered universal, the practical aspects of ethics and integrity can look different across all disciplines. This video features an engaging panel discussion with professors and students about what ethics and integrity mean in the Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Panelists provide a real-world discussion about how we practice academic integrity in STEM fields, with considerations about what we are doing right and what we can continue to improve.

Moderator: Dr. Sarah Eaton, PhD
Panelists: Dr. Bronwen Wheatley, PhD, Dr. Nicole Sandblom, PhD, Sean Elliot, Sam Johnson 

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