Neuroscience student wins tablet for academic integrity participation

Amira Abdelhamid, a first-year neuroscience student, receives a new BlackBerry Playbook tablet from Troy Brooks, academic integrity officer.

Amira Abdelhamid, a first-year neuroscience student, receives a new BlackBerry Playbook tablet from Troy Brooks, academic integrity officer.

Amira Abdelhamid, a first-year neuroscience student, has a new BlackBerry Playbook tablet to help her pass her time after she completed a survey providing feedback on academic integrity month at the University.

Academic integrity month is an outreach program held in October for first-year students. It involves presentations that highlight academic integrity skills, expectations placed on students’ school work and the resources available to students to help them succeed.

As an incentive to participate in a followup survey to the program, the Registrar’s Office offered up a Playbook, which was presented to Abdelhamid Friday by Troy Brooks, academic integrity officer.


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