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January 30, 2008 > CSUEB to host Academic Integrity & Ethics Week

CSUEB to host Academic Integrity & Ethics Week

Submitted By Barry Zepel

Academic Integrity and Ethics Week started on Jan. 28 and continues through Feb. 1, at California State University, East Bay. Admission is free and the public is invited to all related activities of the weeklong program sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs in collaboration with Associated Students, Inc. and the College of Business and Economics.

Two topics will be discussed in separate programs on Wednesday, Jan. 30. The topic for the faculty forum presentation will be "Addressing and Deterring Cheating and Plagiarism" at noon in the Biella Room of the University Library. It will be followed at 4 p.m. by "Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism," a forum organized by the Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA), at 4 p.m. in room LI 2550, across from the entrance to the University Library. SCAA staff will be available to help students in the evening study hall at 6 p.m. at Pioneer Heights, the student residence complex on the Hayward campus.

Clay Creasey, Jr., chief financial officer and executive vice president of Toys "R" Us, Inc. will make a presentation at noon on Friday, Feb. 1 as part of the College of Business and Economics' Speakers Series in multipurpose room B of the New University Union.

Refreshments will be served at all "Academic Integrity and Ethics Week" events.

Additional information is available by contacting Carol Nowicki, chair of the Academic Integrity and Ethic Week committee, at (510) 885-3763 or by e-mail at, or the Student Center for Academic Achievement at (510) 885-3674 or

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