Penn State and the Smeal College of Business offer resources to support you in the classroom, in your research, and in your office.
Whether you teach undergraduate or graduate students, in small classrooms, in large lecture halls, or even online, there are a number of ways that faculty can promote academic integrity and ethical behavior.
From choosing your co-authors and starting a study to publishing an article, there are a number of ethical decisions that researchers need to consider. The University offers a wide-range of resources for you to use throughout the research process.
Whether you are from an office of one or a team of 20, there are opportunities for you to promote integrity in your office.
Supervisors have an important role in shaping the culture of the workplace. There are a number of ways that supervisors can promote integrity during recruiting and hiring processes, orientation and training processes, and day-to-day operations.