Graduate Workshops-Plagiarism: An Academic Integrity Issue

Plagiarism: An Academic Integrity Issue

Navigating the academic world can be challenging, especially when it comes to understanding and upholding proper academic integrity practices. This interactive workshop deals with the topic of plagiarism, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to confidently avoid academic misconduct. The session will provide the different type of expectation from the graduate students in the US. For example, students in the US are expected to exhibit what they know about a topic, verses only mimicking what the teachers and books said about a topic which is practiced in most of the international academic contexts.

What you’ll learn:

The definition of plagiarism: We’ll explore the different forms of plagiarism, from directly copying text to paraphrasing without attribution.

Why plagiarism is a serious issue: Understand the ethical and academic consequences of plagiarism, both for individuals and institutions.
How to avoid plagiarism: Discover practical strategies for properly citing sources, giving credit where it’s due, and developing your own original ideas.

IRB and its Role in Academic Integrity: Protecting research participants, preventing unethical research, and maintaining research quality.

  • Event Date
    March 22, 2024
  • Start Time
    4:00 pm
  • End Time
    5:00 pm
  • Event Address
    University Hall, Room 207
  • Event Contact
    Khalid Siddiq
  • Phone
    (812) 262-4263
  • Email
  • Sponsoring Unit
    Graduate Student Association