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.
Each school and college’s Office of the Dean can address questions about the Academic Integrity Code and the adjudication of academic dishonesty charges. The dean’s designees for academic integrity issues are listed below.
College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Integrity Code Administrator for CAS
Battelle Tompkins - 249
Kogod School of Business
Academic Integrity Code Administrator for Kogod
Kogod, Suite 108
School of Communication
Rose Ann Robertson
Mary Graydon Center, Suite 306
School of International Service
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Graduate Education
Patrick Thaddeus Jackson
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
School of Public Affairs
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education
Ward, Suite 310
Washington College of Law
Associate Dean of Students
WCL, Suite 300
The provost’s designee for academic integrity issues is Denise Wilkerson, Special Assistant to the Provost, Leonard Hall. Phone: 202-885-2128.