The Office of Community Standards (OCS) has followed up on a special Internal Review Panel (IRP) report released last fall by working with specially created Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) committees to promote awareness of the Honor Code and Fundamental Standard — creating an educational video, and an open forum last May.
At yesterday’s Faculty Senate meeting, professor Eamonn Callan, co-chair of the Judicial Affairs Internal Review Panel, presented a comprehensive analysis of Stanford’s judicial process that recommends 23 main changes to increase the effectiveness of the Honor Code and Fundamental Standard at the University. The document, titled “The Review of The Student Judicial Process at Stanford…
The 15th Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday night to finalize plans for the football rally, nominate senators to several University committees, increase the cap for honoraria funding and receive an update on judicial affairs.
Faculty Senate action on the Alternative Review Process (ARP) cannot be taken until the ASSU legislative bodies pass a bill on it, University officials confirmed Wednesday.
In addition to being consistent with Title IX, we believe that the ARP is good policy, particularly the controversial preponderance of evidence standard.
If we have the opportunity to become a role model of an equitable student judicial process, why wouldn’t we?
The ASSU Senate meeting started off with a closed meeting between the Undergraduate Senate and the internal review panel for judicial affairs.
Computer Science (CS) continues to contribute the largest percentage of Honor Code violations among all University departments, although the proportion of plagiarism cases coming from CS is declining.