In concert with the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) and its other regional consortia, the Southeastern U.S. Regional Consortium of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI Southeast) serves to enrich academic integrity practices at schools in the region by:
• Develop and offer education and professional development opportunities to local and regional practitioners.
• Provide opportunities for formal student engagement with local, regional, and national academic integrity initiatives.
• Disseminate best practices from the international and national to the region.
• Provide academic integrity resources, including links to resources developed by ICAI.
• Introduce regional colleges and universities to the work and benefits of ICAI.
• Serve as a grant clearinghouse for research and initiatives related to academic integrity.
• Conduct research on academic integrity at the collegiate level, focusing on issues of special concern to regional schools.
The consortium was founded by faculty and staff with the Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership, and is directed by an advisory committee of faculty and staff from across the Southeast. More details are coming soon!
Regional Director: Azalea M. Hulbert (e-mail)
Sub-Regional Representative, Florida: Claire Stiles, Eckerd College (email)
Sub-Regional Representative, Georgia: Michael Goodwin, Kennesaw State University (email)
Sub-Regional Representative, Mississippi: Iva Bimi Ballard, Mississippi State University (email)
Sub-Regional Representative, Mississippi: James Orr, Jr., Mississippi State University (email)
Membership is available to institutions from the following states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
The launch event for the consortium was a two-day conference hosted at Samford University on April 19th and 20th, 2013. During the conference, which included representatives from 26 institutions in 7 states, attendees shared insights about challenges and best practices at their own institutions. Learn more here!