The code be printed on the front of Columbia University blue books and bereadily available for faculty to print on syllabi, examinations, and assignments.LET IT FURTHER BE RESOLVED that the Barnard honor code exists and will continueto serve the Barnard community, as it has since 1912.LET IT FURTHER BE RESOLVED that the ideas of the undergraduate councils’commitment to academic honor and integrity be reinforced through:1.
The printing of the Columbia honor pledge and honor code on the academicaffairs and judicial affairs sections of the Columbia Student Affairs website, as well as within “The Columbia University Undergraduate Guide to AcademicIntegrity.”2.
Encouraging collaboration amongst the various offices and departments in theconversation on academic integrity, including Columbia Student Advising,Columbia Psychological Services, Residential Programs, Parent and Family Programs, Academic Affairs, and Judicial Affairs.3.
The continued development of a timeline for coordinating with thesedepartments, emphasizing communication of the message of academic integrity and resources available for coping with stress at the beginning of each semester,as well as during midterms and finals.4.
Encouraging faculty to print the honor code on syllabi, examinations, andassignments.5.
Encouraging faculty to require students to write that they have upheld the honorcode and to sign their name on all examinations, papers, and other assessments.6.
Transparent dialogues among students, faculty, Judicial Affairs, and otherrelevant bodies on the nature and functioning of the judicial process at Columbia.7.
Remembering that the honor pledge is intended for discussing academic integrity as a collective enterprise and that the honor code is intended for discussingacademic integrity as a set of values.LET IT FURTHER BE RESOLVED that this resolution stands, contingent upon:1.
Consecutive approval of this resolution by the Engineering Student Council,General Studies Student Council, Columbia College Student Council, and StudentGovernment Association in the Spring of 2014 and Spring of 2015 after springelections.2.
The administration of straw polls for student opinion on the honor code, whichmust be administered to the student populations of the School of Engineering