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Presentations

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities offers multiple presentation topics to educate a variety of audiences including faculty, staff, students, and student organizations on University Regulations and university processes related to disciplinary violations to further promote responsibility, and encourage honesty, integrity, and respect among Purdue students. Our office has standard presentations that we can easily adapt to any audience, and can create custom presentations when requested. All presentations are planned for minimally 45 minutes to allow for full review of material, any planned activities, and questions. Presentation length can be adapted within reason.

If you are interested in having staff from the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities come into your classroom, department, office, or student organization meeting, please fill out the following form, and a staff member from our office will be in contact with you. If you have questions regarding your presentation request, please e-mail our office at: osrr@purdue.edu

Request a presentation here: OSRR Presentation Request

Academic Integrity: Graduate Students 

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will review the academic dishonesty policy and common violations of the academic dishonesty policy. University response to violations of academic dishonesty, both academic and disciplinary, will be covered as well as how to report and respond to issues of academic integrity for those serving in graduate teaching roles. This presentation will be geared towards academic integrity issues commonly found among graduate students at Purdue University-West Lafayette.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: New graduate students (i.e. new graduate student orientation), new graduate instructors, or graduate students struggling with academic integrity.  

Academic Integrity: Undergraduate Students  

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will review the academic dishonesty policy and common violations of the academic dishonesty policy. Typical university responses to violations of academic dishonesty, both academic and disciplinary, will be covered as well as how to report and respond to issues of academic integrity for those serving in undergraduate teaching roles. This presentation will be geared towards academic integrity issues commonly found among under-graduate students at Purdue University-West Lafayette.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Any undergraduate student/class, new undergraduate teaching assistants, or students struggling with academic integrity  

Academic Integrity: Faculty & Staff  

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will review the academic dishonesty policy and common violations of the academic dishonesty policy. OSRR staff will review instructor rights and roles in responding to issues of academic dishonesty as well as how to develop course policies related to academic dishonesty. OSRR staff will also overview the student conduct process when responding to issues of academic dishonesty and non-academic violations of university policy that may occur in a classroom setting. Additionally, OSRR staff will review how to report and respond to issues of academic integrity for both faculty and staff roles.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Faculty and staff who serve in an academic-facing role (i.e. program managers, course coordinators, academic advisors)  

Services Overview  

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will overview the responsibilities of and services that the office provides. This will include overviewing the conduct process, grade appeals, how to report violations of University Regulations, and how to get involved with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.  This presentation can be adapted to include how the audience can best work with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities in their daily roles.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Student Groups at Purdue  

Know the Code: Understanding University Regulations & the Conduct Process  

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will overview common violations of University Regulation. This will include overviewing what policies are commonly violated and how they can be violated—both academic and non-academic. Additionally, OSRR staff will overview the student conduct process including how cases are reported, what rights students have throughout the process, and how cases are adjudicated.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Student Groups at Purdue 

Know the Code: Student Organization Conduct  

During this presentation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will overview common violations of University Regulations by student organizations (Registered Student Organizations, Fraternities, Sororities, Cooperatives, and Club Sports). This will include overviewing what policies are commonly violated and how they can be violated. Additionally, OSRR staff will overview the student organization conduct process including how cases are reported, what rights student organizations have throughout the process, and how cases are investigated and adjudicated.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Student Organizations and Organization Advisors  

Background Checks: The Ins and Outs  

Are you preparing your graduate school application? Getting ready to apply for an internship? Concerned about the alcohol violation from your freshmen year and how this may impact you? Do I have to tell my perspective employer about this? This session will cover the most common questions that perspective employers and graduate/professional schools ask on their applications related to your conduct and disciplinary history. OSRR staff will advise you on what will be disclosed when requested and provide you insight on how disciplinary violations are viewed by individuals reviewing applications.  

Who this presentation is best suited for: Students and Student Groups at Purdue

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