academic integrity

The cheating curve

What could be worse than getting caught cheating? Perhaps being accused when you’ve played by the rules.Continue...

Wiki-, wiki-, what?

The so-called “Wikipedians” of Imperial College hope to turn Wikipedia into an official research tool, in acknowledgement of its enormous popularity among students.Continue...

Investigation underway for potential academic integrity breaches

A class of second-year students all received 100 per cent on their midterm exams this October.Continue...

University adopts new academic integrity tool

As of June 9, Queen’s has acquired a new tool to handle concerns around academic honesty, citations and educational integrity — purchasing an institution-wide license for Turnitin.Continue...

Reporting system is broken

In the last few months, I’ve read with interest articles in the Journal regarding Dr. Mort Shirkhanzadeh and his concerns over research integrity, and the various Letters to the Editor on the subject.Continue...

Breaking: Professor suspended for three days for workplace harassment

Last updated: Aug. 20 at 11:04 p.m.
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Professor Morteza Shirkhanzadeh learned on Monday that he would be suspended for three days without pay for workplace harassment....Continue...

Queen’s professor has papers retracted

The CDIO Initiative in Sweden retracted four conference papers written by a Queen’s professor of engineering on July 1 following a directive from Queen’s University.Continue...