Category Archives: Structure of Intellectual Life
Integrity in Academia
In defence of integrity in thinking as a vital moral value and public good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C3C2Ti5m1o (to skip the introduction, start at about 9.30) Enjoy!
‘Integrity Lost’ conference – final programme
The ‘Integrity Lost’ conference is coming up this Friday and Saturday (11th and 12th April). The final programme is now available here. The line-up looks fantastic and we’re really looking forward to a great couple of days. The conference is … Continue reading
‘Integrity Lost’ (April 11-12) Conference poster now available
You can download a printable version of the poster for our ‘Integrity Lost’ conference here. Spread the word — we’re looking forward to seeing you there. For details, see the conference page, here.
Integrity in the News: Integrity and plagiarism
An article here, in the TES, calling on universities and tutors to “focus less on the detection and punishment of plagiarism and more on … integrity” if they want to be effective in deterring plagiarism among students. This raises the … Continue reading
Integrity in the news: Schekman on disfiguring incentives in science
A comment piece by Professor Schekman in the Guardian today reflects widespread concerns in academia that reward structures — especially around publishing and ‘impact’ — are creating pressure to conduct research in ways that betray or undermine the academic virtues.