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Honor Code Council (Provost/VPAA)

Dr. Christian Lieneck, Faculty Representative, Chair
Dr. Victoria Smith, Liberal Arts, Faculty Representative, Vice Chair

Dr. Ashley Arnio, Applied Arts, Faculty Representative 
Dr. Hillary Cauthen, Liberal Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. Rachel Davenport, Science and Engineering, Faculty Representative
Dr. Mary Odum Dixon, Education, Faculty Representative
Mr. Lloyd Greene, Health Professions, Faculty Representative
Mr. Debraun Majumdar, Liberal Arts, Faculty Representative
Dr. John Mogab, McCoy College of Business Administration, Faculty Representative
Dr. John Schemmel, Science and Engineering, Faculty Representative
Mr. Dan Schumacher, Fine Arts and Communication, Faculty Representative
Dr. Stephen Springer, Applied Arts, Faculty Representative
Ms. Rebecca Tast, Fine Arts and Communication, Faculty Representative
Ms. Cathy Thomas, Education, Faculty Representative
Ms. Renee Wendel, Health Professions, Faculty Representative
Dr. Gail Zank, McCoy College of Business Administration, Faculty Representative

Student Members:
Ms. Kristyn Cunningham, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Cristian Delgado, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Lance English, Representative, Student Government
Ms. Heather Hansen, Representative, Student Government
Ms. Ashley Khanhkham, Representative, Student Government
Ms. Jisselle Martinez Turquie Representative, Student Government
Ms. Meaghan McCormack, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Geraldo Medrano, Representative, Student Government
Mr. George Parra, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Nestor Rodriguez, Representative, Student Government
Ms. Michaela Sousares, Representative, Student Government
Ms. Brandie Taylor, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Christian Teague, Representative, Student Government
Mr. Darbin Wofford, Representative, Student Government

Function:
The Honor Code Council is comprised of faculty and students who hear cases of alleged academic dishonesty. The Honor Code Council Hearing Committee will consider evidence offered by both the faculty member and student. It will then render its recommendation to the dean of the college where the alleged Honor Code violation occurred. All cases involving disciplinary penalties are referred to the Dean of Students Office. The Senate appoints members as needed and the council typically meets five times during long semesters.