The Kutak Ethics Center and UNL Libraries aim to highlight the importance of academic integrity and encourage its exploration. We would love to have as many UNL colleges, departments, RSOs, and other campus units participate as possible.
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To get involved in spreading the word on Academic Integrity at UNL, you simply need to (a) hold an event geared toward academic integrity, and (b) notify us so that we can add your event to the official list of Academic Integrity Events at UNL. Note, the event can be part of your regularly scheduled event series.
For more information or guidance about setting up an academic integrity event aligned with your themes, values, or mission (402) 472-8229 or email@example.com.
Kutak Ethics Center November Brown Bag Luncheon
Featuring Dr. Suzanne E. Kemp & Dr. John Maag,
Faculty Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders ·
Thursday, November 1, 2018
City Campus Union
Noon - 1:30pm
Below you'll find links to pages that offer teaching resources. The first link takes you to resources that help you maintain integrity as a teacher. The second line taks you to resources that help you teach your students about a specific piece of academic integrity.
Teaching about Integrity
Follow the links below to help spark a creative thought for putting together an academic integrity event tailored to your needs.
Please feel free to contact Assistant Director, Adam R. Thompson for more information or guidance about setting up an academic integrity event aligned with your college, department, etc.’s themes, values, or mission(402) 472-8229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year the Kutak Ethics Center and UNL Libraries spearhead efforts to highlight the importance of academic integrity and encourage its exploration. We attempt to get as many UNL colleges, departments, RSOs, and other units spread across campus to participate as possible.
The links below take you to past UNL Academic Integrity events.
2016 AIW 2015 AIW