7.2.1 Academic Misconduct All forms of academic dishonesty, including, but not restricted to, the following: Copying from another student’s exam paper. Using materials during a test not authorized by the person giving the exam. Collaborating or failing to prevent collaboration during a test with any other person by giving or receiving information without authority. Stealing, buying, or otherwise obtaining all or part of an exam. Selling or giving away all or part of an exam. Bribing any other person to obtain an exam or information about an exam. Substituting for another student, or permitting any other person to substitute for oneself, to take an exam. Submitting as one’s own, in fulfillment of academic requirements, any theme, report, term paper, essay, or other written work; any speech or other oral presentation; any painting, drawing, sculpture, musical composition or performance, or other aesthetic work; any computer program; any scientific experiment, laboratory work, project, protocol, or the results thereof; etc., prepared totally or in part by another. Selling, giving, or otherwise supplying to another student for use in fulfilling academic requirements any work described above. “Plagiarism,” defined as the use of any other person’s work (such work need not be copyrighted) and the unacknowledged incorporation of that work in one’s own work offered in fulfillment of academic requirements. This includes the use and incorporation, without acknowledgement, of the wording or expressions (even if paraphrased), information, facts, arguments, analysis, or ideas of another. Submitting in fulfillment of academic requirements, if contrary to course regulations, any work previously presented, submitted, or used in any course. Falsifying records, laboratory results, or other data used in a course. Cheating or deceit in any other manner.