All graduate students at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences must be aware that the University takes academic integrity with the utmost seriousness. Academic integrity refers to many aspects of academic research, including but not limited to academic honesty (e.g., truthfulness in academic discourse, respect for evidence, avoidance of plagiarism, and correct assignment of credit), research ethics, and respect for copyright law. The University's formal Academic Integrity Policy is spelt out on this page.
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All graduate students are expected to read the Academic Integrity Handbook, and to be familiar with its contents.