4 April 2023

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University of Galway appoints first Academic Integrity Officer

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University of Galway appoints first Academic Integrity Officer

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The University of Galway has appointed its first ever Academic Integrity Officer.

Dr Justin Tonra, a lecturer in the Discipline of English at the University, is taking on the role.

The role involves educating staff and students on academic integrity and investigating cases of academic misconduct.

Dr Tonra explains why the role is needed at the university:

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