Academic Integrity and Student Conduct: Considerations for Equity, Diversity Inclusion

This workshop recording explores how equity, diversity, and inclusion are considerations for academic integrity and student conduct. We will consider questions such as over-representation in student misconduct reporting; bias in misconduct investigation and case management; and the impact of misconduct decisions on students from equity-seeking groups. We will disentangle questions related to who gets reported for misconduct versus who commits acts of misconduct. The session concludes with concrete calls to action to improve how student conduct matters are addressed equitably and fairly.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify how equity, diversity, and inclusion impact academic integrity and student conduct
  • Understand how historical patterns of discrimination can be perpetuated through a lack of student data 
  • Reflect on how student conduct matters can be addressed equitably and fairly

Facilitator: Dr. Sarah Eaton, PhD

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