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Academic honesty facilitators

The Office of the Vice President for Instruction is seeking current full-time employees (professional staff members and faculty) interested in becoming academic honesty facilitators. Information about UGA’s academic honesty resolution process may be found at

Requirements as a facilitator include an interest in participating in the academic honesty process at UGA, the ability to deal effectively with interpersonal conflict, strong listening skills and time for training. Facilitators should expect a time commitment of at least five hours per semester. Training will take place in early April.

Interested applicants should prepare a statement explaining why they wish to become an academic honesty facilitator and include information about any special qualifications, certifications or experience dealing with academic integrity and/or student conduct issues.

Statements should be emailed to Debbie Bell, director for academic honesty, at, by March 23.