Students in Service and Leadership at HarvardMain MenuAbout this Scalar online bookAbout the course: SOCIOL1130 Student Leadership and Service in Higher EducationVolume 6: 2023 Student ProjectsVolume 5: 2022 Student ProjectsVolume 4: 2021 Student ProjectsVolume 3: 2020 Student ProjectsVolume 2: 2019 Student ProjectsVolume 1: 2018 Student ProjectsDepartment of Sociology and Mindich Program in Engaged Scholarship, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University
12018-04-18T23:16:00-04:00Nina Srivastava840cc04f038ee9570de12d5553d7acfb93c3162a121plain2018-04-24T21:34:30-04:00Nina Srivastava840cc04f038ee9570de12d5553d7acfb93c3162aThe Honor Council sits within Harvard College's Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct (OAISC). Our parallel body is the Administrative Board. The "Ad Board," as it is popularly known, handles potential disciplinary violations and all academic petitions (make-up exams, simultaneous enrollment, late add/drops, etc.). The Honor Council hears all potential violations of the Honor Code and rules on academic integrity.
The Honor Council is comprised of the following members:
12 voting faculty members
12 voting student members
12 Student Academic Integrity Fellows (SAIFs)
The Secretary of the Honor Council, Brett Flehinger, runs our body, and we are supported by the staff of OAISC.