It is with this in mind that we have set forth a student Honor Code at Georgia Tech.
An Academic Honor Code at Georgia Tech aims to cultivate a community based on trust, academic integrity, and honor.
The following clarification of academic misconduct is taken from Section XIX Student Code of Conduct, of the Rules and Regulations section of the Georgia Institute of Technology General Catalog: Academic misconduct is any act that does or could improperly distort Student grades or other Student academic records.
Such acts include but need not be limited to the following: While these acts constitute assured instances of academic misconduct, other acts of academic misconduct may be defined by the professor.
Students must sign the Academic Honor Agreement affirming their commitment to uphold the Honor Code before becoming a part of the Georgia Tech community.
The Honor Agreement may reappear on exams and other assignments to remind Students of their responsibilities under the Georgia Institute of Technology Academic Honor Code.
But in the US, the most highly evolved benefit packages now go far beyond this, and big tech firms aren’t the only ones offering them, according to Working Mother’s annual list of the 100 companies with the best benefits.
Cutting-edge companies on this front, including Deloitte, IBM, Mc Kinsey, UBS, and Unilever, have delved into the most painful tradeoffs inherent to hard work: kids in need, household management, and family illness.
Office of Student Integrity, Office of the Dean of Students, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009.
for being evolved about supporting working parents.