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Academic Integrity - Contacts

There are many professionals at the university who can provide assistance with questions about academic integrity.

Faculty with questions about how to promote integrity through teaching techniques should contact the Center for Teaching, Research & Learning and/or their dean’s designee for integrity issues (see list below).

Students with questions about what constitutes academic dishonesty should start by asking their course instructor for guidance, as they are the best resources for academic integrity questions/issues related to their curriculum.

The staff of the Writing Center, the Academic Support and Access Center, and the University Library include experts who can help teach how to avoid plagiarism.

Each dean has designated an Academic Integrity Code Administrator who adjudicates cases that occur in their academic unit. The AIC administrators serve as resources for faculty and students alike. They are listed as follows:

College of Arts and Sciences

Alison Thomas

Senior Professorial Lecturer, Department of Literature

Mary Graydon Center, 330-L

202-885-8945

Kogod School of Business

David Harr

Executive in Residence, Department of Accounting and Taxation

Kogod, Suite 108

202-885-1914

School of Communication


Undergraduate Cases

Laura BonDurant

Associate Dean for Academic Administration

McKinley 216

202-885-2054

Graduate Cases

Rose Ann Robertson

Interim Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Mary Graydon Center, Suite 306

202-885-2002

School of International Service

Rose Shinko

Acting Associate Dean for Curriculum and Learning

SIS 115B

202-885-2467

School of Public Affairs

Saul Newman

Interim Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education

Ward 316

202-885-6240

Washington College of Law

David Jaffe

Associate Dean of Students

WCL, Suite 300

202-274-4052


Office of the Provost

Academic integrity cases are adjudicated by the dean's office in the academic unit that offers the course in which the alleged infraction occurred. Sanctions that include notation on the transcript can be appealed to the provost. The provost has designated the following staff to review appeals and make recommendations: 

Undergraduate Cases

Jessica Waters

Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies

Leonard 101

202-885-2301

Graduate cases

Jonathan Tubman

Vice Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies

Spring Valley Building 326

202-885-3778

Washington College of Law

Denise Wilkerson

Special Assistant to the Provost

Leonard Hall

202-885-2128

Coordinator

Michael L. Manson

Director of Undergraduate Research and Integrity

Leonard 113

202-885-2416