Tag: Code

  • GSC symbolically rescinds Honor Code change approval, discusses Murdoch and Mercer relationship to Stanford

    In a symbolic present of assist for the Undergraduate Senate (UGS) and shared governance, the Graduate Scholar Council (GSC) unanimously voted to endorse the rescindment of the School Senate’s SenD#831 invoice which had been set to permit examination proctoring and finish a 102-year precedent by sidestepping a scholar vote. The council additionally held an open…

  • President approves new Honor Code, updating 102-year-old coverage

    Adjustments to the Honor Code proposed by the Committee of 12 (C12), together with the implementation of a multi-year research into proctoring, have been handed with the approval of President Marc Tessier-Lavigne throughout a gathering of the Tutorial Council on Thursday. The transfer comes simply days after the Undergraduate Senate revisited its prior votes towards…

  • From the Neighborhood | The School Senate’s shortsighted Honor Code energy seize

    I used to be considerably disenchanted when the Undergraduate Senate (UGS) declined to undertake the C-12’s well-considered Honor Code revisions, which might have allowed examination proctoring below the auspices of a examine. As a five-time TA throughout three departments, I personally see no worth to the Honor Code’s prohibition on proctoring. However my disappointment with…

  • Letter to the Editor: Updating the Honor Code

    To the editor: We’re writing in response to your report on the School Senate’s dialogue of proctoring to make clear our view on why the school needed to act now and to encourage the Undergraduate Senate to work with the school on enhancing educational integrity. During the last 3 years the “C-12” committee composed of…