Cheating ourselves: UW lacks data on academic misconduct

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This article focuses on student academic misconduct at UW-Madison. Originally published by The Badger Herald, this section includes a link to the original piece as a story excerpt.

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Originally published by The Badger Herald, April 11, 2016:

“According to the Dean of Students Academic Integrity report, in 2014-15, a total of 148 students in 151 cases of academic misconduct were reported to the Dean of Students Office. Out of those 151 cases, 55 were College of Letters and Science students, 36 were engineering students and 30 were undecided.

The number of cases of academic misconduct reported that year was disproportionately higher among male students, who accounted for 60 percent of the total number of incidents that occurred.” — Via Badger Herald

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