Courtney Cullen

Courtney Cullen
Courtney Cullen is the Program Coordinator in the Office of Academic Honesty at the University of Georgia. Cullen processes appeals for the Petitions Subcommittee and works to support the initiatives of the Office of Academic Honesty. Cullen is working towards a Ph.D. in Higher Education, and received both master’s and bachelor’s degrees in International Affairs from UGA.

Posts by Courtney Cullen

Plain Language, Please! Four Steps to Decoding Academic Integrity Policies
Courtney Cullen | April 21, 2020

Many institutions are still grappling with the effects of COVID-19 and the transition to remote learning. While faculty and students find their footing, student conduct practitioners must use this time to develop new proposals for academic integrity po …

The New(s) Normal
Courtney Cullen | March 30, 2020

As we transition to online or remote learning, many practitioners and faculty are worried about an increase in academic dishonesty. This concern is valid, especially considering the articles regarding a surge in cheating across the globe. One such inst …

Topics: Blog, News, integrity
In the News: The Teachability of Ethics
Courtney Cullen | December 10, 2019

A new article by Kowaleski, Sutherland, and Vetter (2019) examines the teachability of ethics in business. Looking at data from financial analysts, the authors concluded that investment advisers passing the licensing exam–Series 66–with “more rules a …

Topics: Blog, News, Research
Are You Addressing the Problem?
Courtney Cullen | October 8, 2019

The cheating dilemma. To Faculty, reporting a case of academic dishonesty may seem like an ineffective time sink, but students see this as something to exploit. Some instructors believe that they have created a course where students are unable to cheat …

Spotlight: Donuts & Dialogue
Courtney Cullen | October 1, 2019

As administrators and faculty become further removed from the student body they once belonged to, many find it increasingly difficult to engage in meaningful dialogue with students at their level. Over the last two weeks, the University of Georgia’s Of …

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