Graduate Faculty Resources
- Graduate Faculty
- Graduate Degree Programs and Curriculum
- Other Faculty Resources
Mentors are advisors, people with career experience willing to share their knowledge; supporters, people who give emotional
and moral encouragement; tutors, people who give specific feedback on one's performance; masters, in the sense of employers to
whom one is apprenticed; sponsors, sources of information about, and aid in obtaining opportunities; models of identity.
- Academic Misconduct.
Students are expected to adhere to the highest ethical standards in all their course work and research. Individuals violating that code of conduct are subject to disciplinary
action; such breaches could lead to expulsion of the student from Indiana University or to recision of a degree already granted. To acquaint students and faculty more fully
with the range of issues relating to academic integrity, The University Graduate School has prepared a document entitled Integrity In Graduate Study (.docx). Students also can refer to Indiana University's Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct . Academic misconduct is any activity that tends to undermine the academic integrity of the institution...it may include, but is not limited to human, hard-copy,
or electronic resources, cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, interference, violation of course rules, and facilitating academic misconduct.
- Dean of the Faculties. Academic handbook, tenure and promotion,
instructional support, faculty awards.
- Office of the Vice President for Research.
Research resources and support, including research institutes, funding opportunities, and grant administration.