Daily O'Collegian, 2007-01-09
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v ' jcv new year challenge ballin' bowman ttk osu student sets ultimate sutton adds junior receiver to lotolose 30 lbs. cowboys' roster ffil "-sffi 1 he jjaily jhl u uollegian s?" osu shrieks on cheating students sanction examples level one sanctions: award a grade of "zero" or "f" for the assign- two ment examination violations, including but j "f!" course viola-not limited to: tions, not to following: 1 . cheating on minor assignment obtaining an unauthorized copy exami- 2. receiving help nation in advance. using notes during examina- 3. working with others when tion. instructor asked individual work. creating false bibliography. 4. excuse obtain extension stealing problem answer due-date. from instructor. 5. signing attendance roster someone inappropriately sharing work who is absent asking else sign ! online examination. rosterto avoid being counted ' -from academic integrity handbook faculty. by jenny redden staff writer one semester after its enactment, osu's revamped academic integrity policy has led to an increase of about 50 percent in the number violations reported. . professors reported 73 fall 2006 compared with previous semesters, said gail gates, associate vice president for undergraduate education. under policy, students found guilty severe receive f shriek (f!) on their transcript, indicating that student cheated. gates she expected see some because introduced august, requires report all instances cheating. "lesser sanctions would not be (un der the previous policy)," gates said. "we're now asking that all violations be reported." new policy also has led to about 112 times as many student appeals submitted academic affairs office. michcle tillman, who handles appeals, said 20 students an appeal this past fall compared with seven in semesters. j.d.johnson, a management information systems senior filed for appeal, process ensures is fair. "i like fact i have opportunity appeal," he "i'm glad it's not straight up professor. if didn't oppor tunity wouldn't agree it (the policy) at all." see f! page 5 nasa seeks new adviser by elizabeth nichols staff writer after just 16 months with native american student association, stuart sparvier made the difficult choice to resign from his cision i ever made," said. f "it was easy propose my wife. mbbb it have little girl. e hi is hardest decision. i'm going miss them a great deal." mmflbmm resigned in december work as coordinator at california state polytechnic university pomona. took osu job september 2005, replacing pete coscr, who retired 23 years. , said he built strong relationships members and leaving difficult. msc director phil birdinc staff, indian faculty will choose next adviser. add "search committee" their list of activities along planning hosting national leadership conference march pageant april. search committee consider applicants out state, birdine students on may different qualities mind for than or faculty, tommy bezinque, treasurer. "we'd like someone who's dedicated job, because was, student's education being available," mechanical engineering senior can handle this transition even though they'll sparvier, bezinque "i'll him i'd come know friend," joined year became plans reach spring, "we plan having more getting involved," "our goal maintain fund raising." should well be connected higher-education community, knowing expectations helped nasa. "you replace man been there years, it's hard," talked through they had last forgetting together function whole. figured direction we needed go went there. very few things wrong." inspired build community cal-poly "i want get involved here osu," lie jessica moore, president landscape architecture junior, but its goals. "there some struggles store us," moore "but believe group bard workers behind me that fine long run." laser quest ih preston bezanto'collegian the city commission looks at a display of new development to be built in stillwater. voted test road strength via infrared lasers. gets high-tech about bumpy roads rachel mayberry city reporter the stillwater commission addressed concerns at meeting monday night about cracks in pavement on certain roads as plans continue with street closings and road construction. a van sensors will test strength of affected roads, said ralph kinder, public works assistant. kinder an infrared laser located front bumper measure damage specific areas another under detect potholes. also include five video cameras that record footage entire every 25 feet. help improve safety level things out. "before we started reconstruction process there were some pretty bumpy lots dips hills," said. vice mayor ruth anne kennedy asked if company operating would be penalized they took longer than expected. voted favor penalty workers hired to operate project is not completed within 12 13 week time period. after assesses damage, can start working plan roads. focus wasn't only change its name council. attorney john dorman consistency terms. "one suggestions made by manager was , had council form government, then use term consistent that," authorized drafting or dinance allowing rezoning from family residential commercial office development 2098 s. western road. concern came osu professor randi el devik. eldevik spoke increasing pay for department, which fund transportation safety. "increased sales tax revenues provide si 8,000 year needed bus shelters transportation, but claim don't have money do so," martin luther king jr. day monday, next set jan. 22. ubns3iijwmtim''i' hbm flft nlnb preston bezanto'collegian pattie evans, the senior planner for stillwater, shows a diagram of con troverslal development under consideration. area has residents concerned it will not be able to control rain water drainage and could flood surrounding areas.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 2007-01-09|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Sillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
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