Provides faculty with sample statements regarding academic integrity and permissable collaboration. These policies vary from course to course, so students must consult the specific policies for the courses in which they are enrolled.
Establishes the criteria and requirements for offering training or research opportunities to Princeton and visiting undergraduate students. The Dean's office provides central management for the approval process for internship or educational programs.
Supports the academic mission of the University through high performance research computing, instructional technologies, website creation, broadcast production studio, event recording, classroom A/V support, digital archiving and a multi-media lab.
Has administrative oversight of the departments and programs of instruction and of all such matters as pertain to the effectiveness and well-being of the faculty, professional researchers, professional specialists and professional librarians.
The council aims to ensure that all students graduating from Princeton know how to think like a scientist and can be exemplary citizens, voters and leaders armed with the ability to assess the technological and scientific issues of the day.