All DEL-MEM students are subject to the Honor Code and the Duke Community Standard. As a student, you have read and signed to indicate your agreement to abide by this at all times.
In the interest of curbing instances of plagiarism, Jennifer Swenson put together a brief powerpoint. This will help eliminate any gray areas with plagiarism and provide steps on how to avoid it.
A Honor Code Orientation presentation was given to the on-campus MEM students. It included an overview of Duke’s Community Standard and the Nicholas School’s Honor Code Policy. The DEL program requested that a portion of this session be recorded so it could be shared with you. All NS students, including DEL-MEM students, are subject to Duke’s Community Standard and the Nicholas School’s Honor Code Policy. The live presentation was meant to be interactive – please feel free to take a minute to think about the questions Dr. Bennear poses as you view this recording.
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Keynote speaker: Dr. Lori Bennear, Assistant Professor for Environmental Economics
Student representative: Rotimi Thomas, Honor Code Orientation Student Representative