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.
One extra point—seeking that extra point to improve a grade is often all it takes for a student to exhibit a case of academic dishonesty and violate the Honor Code in classes using clickers.
The current director of the Office of Community Standards (OCS), Koren Bakkegard, will step down to serve as associate dean of Residential Education (ResEd) beginning today.
Per the Charter, the co-chairs of the BJA “forward[ed] the text of the changes to the chair of the Undergraduate Senate of the Associated Students of Stanford University.
Next Tuesday, the 15th Undergraduate Senate will vote on a bill to overrule changes made to bylaws of the Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) without obtaining input from the Senate.
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.