Academic Integrity


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University Undergraduate Academic Code of Honor

Mendoza Honesty Committee

The purpose of the Mendoza College of Business Honesty Committee is to advise and educate faculty and staff, as well as to investigate and adjudicate potential Honor Code violations brought to their attention.  The Procedural Appendix to the Undergraduate Academic Code of Honor allows for the establishment of a single standing Honesty Committee at the College level, chaired by a faculty member, with five additional faculty and six undergraduate students as members of the Committee.  The charge of this committee includes advising and educating faculty, staff, and students within the College, encouraging discussion on academic integrity, and to make sure any honesty hearings are conducted in a timely fashion.  One of the faculty members will be designated as the Advisory Resource Person, who does not sit on any hearings, but is available to talk to accused students about the process.  That person should not go so far as evaluating the student's arguments or recommending a particular course of action.

Faculty Members

  • Jessica McManus Warnell (Chair)
  • Dale Nees (Advisory Resource Person)
  • Seth Berry
  • John Gaski
  • Laura Hollis
  • John Stiver

 Undergraduate Student Members

  • Allie Braschler (Sr)
  • Joseph Corkery (Sr)
  • Paul Cataldi (Jr)
  • William Suter (Jr)
  • Emily Smith (Jr) (Fall 2019)
  • Elizabeth Lauer (Jr) (Fall 2019)
  • Kyle Adlaka (Jr) (Spring 2020)
  • Last Updated October 17, 2019