As Mohawk moves towards Building a Culture of Academic Integrity, a series of consultations and forums for staff and students will be held across all campuses.
To start this initiative, join us for a talk on Academic Integrity. John Paul Foxe, Director of Academic Integrity Office at Ryerson University will discuss the shift towards educative and restorative justice stance, and the impact on student success at Ryerson.
Refreshments will be served.
About John Paul Foxe
Recent years have seen the adoption of educative approaches and restorative justice to academic integrity in higher education. This move away from a punitive approach can represent a challenging transition for any institution. In his keynote address John Paul will speak about the role of Ryerson University’s Academic Integrity Office (AIO) in helping to build and shape a culture of academic integrity across the university.
Prior to this position, John Paul was the Manager of Ryerson’s Learning and Teaching Office where he managed the development and delivery of professional development in teaching for faculty and graduate students at Ryerson. John Paul completed his undergraduate degree in genetics at Trinity College Dublin and holds an MSc in Molecular Evolution and a PhD in population genetics, both from York University. Most recently, he completed an MA in Public Policy at Ryerson. John Paul’s interests include contract cheating prevention and awareness as well as the gamification of academic integrity education.