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9, 1968

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July

,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 2) 3
shall have the right, upon petition, to
a rehearing of his case before the Dean
of this College." (Faculty Code, B 7.03)
"Cases of student misconduct in
which the offense is such that sum-
mary action is required in the interests
of eithpr the University or the students
mpay be presented directly to the Dan,
and he, in consultation with the Dean'
of Men in the case of men students or
the Dean of Women in the case of
women 'students, may take such disci-
plinary. action as shall be deemed ap-
propriate."- (Faculty Code, B 7.03
(Con't), Regents' Bylaws, 8.15, para 4)
"The Administrative Board shall have
authority to investigate and act in all
cases of cheating, plagiarism and other
forms of student dishonesty; provided,
however, that in case the alleged dis-
honesty is penalized by suspension or
expulsion the student :involved shall
have the right, upon petition, to have
his case reviewed by the Dean of the
Colleg." (Faculty Code, B 7.06)
3. Administrative Board:
"The Administrative Board shall
have, by delegation, the authority vest-'
ed in the Faculty to impose penalties
and otherwise to discipline students
ith academic deficiencies, and to
grant or deny any student petition or
request for special privilege or relief
in matters affecting his academic sta-
tus. It shallrepresent the faculty in all
came of student dishonesty n the
classroom, at examinations and in
any other area affecting a student's
status in the College.
It may delegate to its chairman or
any other member of the board duties
and functions as it shall deem proper
provided such delegations are not in-
consistent with the Bylaws of the
Board of Regents or the rules of this
Faculty." (Faculty Code, A 2.05) (Also
see powers of Dean, above.)
"The authority vested in this Faculty
discipline students with academic de-
ficiencies Is hereby delegated to the
Administrative Board. The Board shall
iporet its " policies and a summary of
all actions taken to this faculty at least
once in each academic year." (Faculty
Code, 7.05)
"The Administrative Board shall have
aauthority, in accordance with the
standing rules of this Faculty, to grant
or to deny any student petition or re-
quest for special privileges or relief in
matters affecting his academic status."
(Faculty Code, 7.07)
"The Administrative Board shall have
authority to prescribe and enforce aca-
demic discipline: provided, however,
that the Board shall not prescirbe or
enforce, unless specifically authorized
by this Faculty, any penalty which will
have the punitive effect of altering the
general requirements prescribed for
graduation from this College.
The Administrative Board may dele-
gate to its chairman or any other
member of the Board such duties and
functions as it shall deem proper, pro-
vided such delegations are not incon-
sistent with the Bylaws of the Board
of Regents or the rules of this Facul-
ty." (Faculty Code 7.08)
"A offenses of students against good
order, committed in any classroom or
laboratory in the presence of any in-'
structor, may hedealt with summarily
by the instructor, or may be referred
by him to the Administrative Board.
The instructor shall promptly report
to the Chairman of the Administrative
Board any disciplinary action taken by
him." (Faculty Code, B 7.03 (b))
4, Penalties:
"Except as otherwise herein provided,
th. several disciplinary authorities may
U rie the penalties appropriate to
the circumstances of the case. Penal-
ties may be in th form of expulsion,
usesion, probation, withdrawal of
special privileges, imposition of special
duties, imposition of extra hours of re-
quired credit, or imposition of mone-
tary fines, which shall be deemed debts
owing the University, or such other ac-
tion as may be deemed proper in par-
ticular cases. A failure to comply with
a disciplinary order of any disciplinary
authorities shall result in suspension
until compliance. (Faculty Code, B 7.04)
APPENDIX B
Policy Statement
Whereas free and open exchange of
ideas is central to the purpose and
very existence of the University, the
Administrative Board of this College
holds that interference with such an
exchange is a serious offense against
the entire academic community and'
that offenders are subject to appropri-
ate discipline.
Therefore, in order to protect this
process and to ensure that the opera-
tions of the University proceed in a
civilized manner, the Administrative
Board holds that a student of this
College who interferes with any other
member of the academic community so
as to disrupt that person's particpa-
tion in any activity or function con-
versity should be subject to disciplin-
ary action.
While the Administrative Board will
continue to hear and adjudicate cases
where students of the College are al-
leged to have been involved in cheat-

ing, plagiarism, and disruption in th
offices, classrooms, laboratories, and
libraries of tyre College, it holds that
in the interests of consistency the

kinds of disruptive behavior mentioned
in the second paragraph should be
E heard at the University rather than at
the College level - with the tradition-
al reservation that a student may ap-
peal to his College any decision which
affects his academic status. According-
ly, the Administrative Board strongly
urges that a judiciary be established
at the University level and that this
Board be consulted in its establish-
ment. However, until the establishment
of such a judiciary, or in the event
that no University-wide authority as-
sumes jurisdiction, the Administrative
Board reserves the right to hear and
adjudicate such cases.
Foreign Visitors
The following are foreign visitors who
can be reached through the Foreign
Visitor Programs Office, 764-2148.
Dr. Yunus Hashim, Information and
Communication of Family Planning
Program, Malaysia, July 1-Aug. 17.
Mr. Kashi K. Maitra, Lawyer and Po-
Iltician, West Bengal, India, July 7-10
Mr. Masami Shinkawa, Publisher of
Legal Books, Japan, July 10-11.
Mr. Johannes Helgason, Registrar and
Admiinstratlve Secretary, University of
Iceland, July 9-11.
Italian Tour Group, July 12.
Doctoral
Examinations
William John David, Education, Dis-
sertation: "The Impact of Junior Col-
leges on Engineering Education in the
United States," on Tues., July 9 at
8 a.m. in W. Council Rm., Rackham.
Chairman: N. C. Harris.
Jesse William Schilling, Chemistry,
Dissertation: "The Crystal and Molecu-
lar Structures of a Benzyne Adduct,
C-18-11-14, and an Azidotriazoe De-
composition, Product, C-15-H-12-N-4,
by Computer-Implemented Patterson
Searching," on Tues., July 9 at 9 a.m.
in Rm. 3003 Chemistry Bldg. Chairman:
C. E. Nordman.
Vincent Anthony Guarna, Education,
Dissertation: "Analysis of Duties of
C o m rn u n i t y College Instructional
Deans," on Tues., July 9 at 9:30 a.m. in
E. Alcove, fourth floor, Rackham.
Chairman: N. C. Harris.
Alan Earl Strong, Oceanography, Dis-
sertation: "The Spring Lake Antic-
clone: Is Inducement on the Atmos-
pheric and Water Circulations," on
Tues., July 9 at 9:30 a.m. in Rm. 2038
E. Engrg. Chairman: J. C. Ayers.
Charles Melvin Redenius, Political
Science, Dissertation: "The Railway La-
bor Act and the Airline Industry," on
Tues., July 9 at 2 p.m. in Political Sci-
ence Conference Rm., Haven Hall.
Chairman: J. E. Kallenbach.
Sydney Phillip Hodkinson, Music:
Composition, Dissertation: "Fresco: A
Mural for Symphony Orchestra," on
Tues., July 9 at 4:30 p.m. in Rm. 3213
School of Music. Chairman: R. L.
Finney.
Placemen t
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Dr. Alexander Girnstein, Psychiatrist,
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Bell Aerosystems, Buffalo, N.Y. -
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