integrity 10, October 30-November 4, 2006

Student Advocacy has celebrated the 10th Anniversary of its Annual Academic Integrity Week!

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Academic integrity week is an annual event, involving a week-long focus on academic integrity issues. Activities and events are planned to promote awareness and provide information to all members of the university community.

Many students, staff and administrators joined us for cupcakes and cookies on Wednesday, November 1, 2006 from 12:00-1:30. We provided a table and display set up in front of the University BookStore. Other events include:

  • A workshop for graduate students entitled “Writing and Citing: The Challenges of a Graduate Thesis”.
    Graduate school means writing, lots of writing.  Although most graduate students have experience writing academic papers, sometimes challenges arise when writing a thesis.  In this session, staff from the Learning Assistance Centre and the Student Advocacy Office will review important elements of research writing and citing and provide strategies for avoiding pitfalls to successfully complete a thesis. Prize draw for a U of M Bookstore gift certificate following workshop.
    Thursday - November 2, 2006
    9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
    360 Helen Glass Centre


    Tuesday - November 7, 2006
    9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
    S211 Medical Services Building, Bannatyne Campus

    Advance registration is required.  To register, please visit

  • A workshop for international students entitled “Acting with Integrity: Know Your University’s Expectations!” offered through the series Life as a Student/ Skills for Successoffered through the International Centre for Students and University 1.  
    Tuesday - October 31, 2006
    11:30 to 12:45 p.m.
    To register please contact Lois or Charity at the International Center for Students via email or phone us at 474-8501.

  • We will also be promoting academic integrity and adding information and resources to the new Virtual Learning Commons website.

For more information about Integrity 10, please contact Student Advocacy at 519 University Centre, phone 474-7423 or email at


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