K-State Honor & Integrity System

1800 Claflin, Suite 001
Manhattan, KS 66502

 

785-532-2595
honor@k-state.edu

 

Dr. Steve Starrett - Director
steveks@k-state.edu

 

Dr. Camilla Roberts - Associate Director
cjroberts@k-state.edu

Academic Integrity Research (K-State)

Research in academic integrity and cheating is important for credibility issues. The links below provide examples of research conducted at K-State. Find out more about K-State's climate of academic integrity, as well as issues pertinent to students and faculty awareness.

1999 McCabe KSU Study (Students and Faculty)

In Fall 1999 Donald McCabe, Professor of Organization Management at Rutgers University, conducted a survey study on academic dishonesty. This study was sponsored by the Center for Academic Integrity at Duke University.

2003 McCabe KSU Study (Students, Faculty, GTAs)

In Spring 2003 Donald McCabe, Professor of Organization Management at Rutgers University, conducted a survey study on academic dishonesty. This study was sponsored by the Center for Academic Integrity at Duke University.

2002 Marcoux Dissertation Survey (Faculty)

The following data was gleaned from a dissertation survey I conducted in the Spring 2001 semester. In a pilot study conducted in Fall 2000, I listened to two undergraduate faculty focus groups offer revisions to the questionnaire. I then conducted the survey with 860 Kansas State University teaching faculty. At questionnaire distribution time, there were no university frames identifying only faculty that had taught undergraduates--the population I wanted to survey.

2002 Marcoux Dissertation (.pdf)

Kansas State University Faculty Perspective, Opinions, and Practices Concerning Undergraduate Student Academic Dishonesty and Moral Development -- Helene Elizabeth Marcoux