Academic Integrity: Understanding MIT’s Expectations of You
MIT has strong community values, expectations, and policies that govern all aspects of life here, including how you will complete your coursework and research – and you are expected to know them.
What are MIT’s academic values and expectations? How can you learn them and avoid common pitfalls that have gotten other students in trouble with faculty, or necessitated a conversation with the student conduct office? Where can you turn when you are struggling and feel like you have no choice but to make a poor decision? What role do new generative artificial intelligence (AI) models like ChatGPT play in the academic integrity conversation? Join staff from the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards to learn answers to all of these questions and more.
Join us on Wednesday, June 7 from 12-1pm Eastern. This session will cover the following:
- What is MIT’s definition of academic integrity? How does academic integrity connect to the Institute’s community values?
- Where can students find information on what MIT expects and what their individual faculty members might expect of them?
- What are common policy violations that students should avoid?
- What resources exist for students who are struggling?
- What should one do if they feel they have no choice but to make a poor decision? What might the consequences be if students do violate policy?
Online meeting — join here