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ACADEMIC HONESTY All students are expected to be familiar with the Williams College Honor Code and to reaffirm their commitment to the Statement of Academic
 

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ACADEMIC HONESTY
All students are expected to be familiar with the Williams College Honor Code and to reaffirm their commitment to the Statement of Academic
Honesty at the beginning of each academic year. The Honor Code covers all aspects of academic honesty, including the writing of papers and laborato-
ry reports as well as all quizzes, homework assignments, hour tests, and examinations.
Statement of Academic Honesty
As an institution fundamentally concerned with the free exchange of ideas, Williams College has always depended on the academic integrity of each
of its members. In the spirit of this free exchange, the students and faculty of Williams recognize the necessity and accept the responsibility for academ-
ic honesty.
A student who enrolls at the College thereby agrees to respect and acknowledge the research and ideas of others in his or her work and to abide by
those regulations governing work stipulated by the instructor. Any student who breaks these regulations, misrepresents his or her own work, or collabo-
rates in the misrepresentation of another's work has committed a serious violation of this agreement.
Students and faculty are to report violations and alleged violations of this agreement. Such reports are to be submitted to the Student Honor Commit-
tee, consisting of eight student members of the joint Faculty-Student Honor System-Discipline Committee. This committee is responsible for determin-
ing the guilt or innocence of the accused person or persons, and for recommending appropriate punishments to the Dean. A committee of faculty
members to be designated by the Faculty will sit with the Student Honor Committee in an advisory capacity.
A quorum of three-quarters shall be required for the Committee to meet. A vote of guilty by at least three-quarters of those present is necessary for
conviction. A recommendation for dismissal must be made by unanimous vote of those present, and shall be carried out only with the assent of the
President of the College.
The Committee is responsible for informing the student body of the meaning and implications of this statement. The aforementioned faculty com-

  

Source: Aalberts, Daniel P. - Department of Physics, Williams College

 

Collections: Physics