Faculty Voices: How Does Academic Integrity Relate to Students' Professional Lives? With Dr. Allyson Wattley Gee
Visual: Video opens to the opening title with the video series title, Faculty Voices: Walden Talks Writing, then the title, “How does academic integrity relate to students' professional lives? with Dr. Allyson Wattley Gee”
Visual: The screen changes to show each speaker talking to the camera in their home offices. Each person’s name and college is listed as they speak.
Dr. Allyson Wattley Gee, College of Management and Technology: For those of us in the communication discipline, whether for those who may be earning a master's degree because they want to teach, maybe you work in public relations, you work in social media in terms of marketing, or whatever it is that you're doing, you have to follow guidelines. And, in order for you to express your ideas in an appropriate way, learning very early that academic standards are also professional standards and we're not asking you to do anything here in your work at Walden that really would not be required of you as a professional. For academic purposes, like I said, it’s professional standards so that when you get out there in the workplace, an employer will be very impressed with what you do because you did all these fantastic things while a student here at Walden, so you should do those things as well while you're at work.
Visual: The video ends with the closing title with the video series title, Faculty Voices: Walden Talks Writing and the Writing Center’s e-mail address: [email protected].