Welcome, New Support Officers!
On Friday, September 19, the members of the Honor Committee and Senior Support Officers selected and welcomed 41 undergraduate and graduate students as its newest Support Officers! Thanks to improved outreach efforts and selection processes, this year’s applicant pool was especially competitive, and the newly selected class of Support Officers is rich in experiences, perspectives, knowledge and skills. All new Support Officers will now begin an eight-week training program that provides them with information and training on Honor Committee policies, practices, procedures, and skills that will help them be successful in their support of the System and the University community.
Honor Committee Involves Students in New Interview Process
September 15, 2014
This September, the Honor Committee made changes to its Support Officer recruitment and selection process. After increasing outreach efforts during the recruitment period, the Committee also invited community members to participate in its selection interviews, in an effort to include diverse community perspectives. To read more about the new interview process, click the Cavalier Daily article, published on Monday September 15th, below.
Honor Committee Introduces “Everyone is Honor” Campaign
September 14, 2014
Recently, Vice Chair for Community Relations Martese Johnson introduced the “Everyone is Honor” campaign as an effort to better connect the Committee and the University community. To read more about the the campaign, read the Cavalier Daily article below from September 15, 2014.
Minority Rights Coalition, Honor pool feedback for minority issues
September 5, 2014
The Honor Committee and Minority Rights Coalition held a forum Thursday, September 4 on issues affecting minority student populations at the University. Students from several Minority Rights Coalition organizations joined in the discussion, which included both small round-table discussions and large-group discussion. Topics addressed included perception of the Honor Committee, trust and engagement in the system, and minority representation among both Committee members and support officer pool members. To read more about the discussion, refer to the Cavalier Daily article below.
Honor Committee Changes Meeting Structure
January 27, 2014
Beginning Sunday, February 2, 2014*, the Honor Committee will institute a change to its meeting structure. On February 2nd, and every other Sunday thereafter, the Committee will meet in small working groups in the trial room, rather than as a full Committee. These working groups will be open to the public and welcome public participation. On the intervening Sundays, the full Committee will meet as usual, and working groups will update the full Committee on progress made. To read more about the working group structure and the groups themselves, please refer to the Cavalier Daily articles below.
*Please note that the meeting on February 2nd will occur at a different time, 3:00 p.m., rather than at 8:00 p.m. All other working group meetings will take place at 8:00 p.m. as usual.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Check out this article from Russell Bogue of the Cavalier Daily!
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Check out this article from the Cavalier Daily regarding the Honor Committee Engagement Campaign.
Studies Find More Students Cheating
Friday, September 07, 2012
With High Achievers No Exception
Click here to view the article from the NY Times.
Cheating Scandal Rocks Harvard
Friday, August 31, 2012
Over 100 students in a large class at Harvard suspected of cheating.
UVA President Hopeful for Future
Sunday, August 12, 2012
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan addresses media during a press conference held at Carr’s Hill.