Campus of Integrity Award

The ICAI Campus of Integrity Award recognizes one campus or institution for their outstanding ability to create a culture of integrity, typically within the last 5 years.

All ICAI members are invited to nominate an institution they feel is deserving of the Campus of Integrity Award. Award winners must be ICAI members (individual or part of an institutional membership).

Criteria for nomination:

The Campus of Integrity award is intended for institutions who have had success with a program or initiative to create or mold a culture of integrity among the constituents of their own institution.

Nomination Requirements (to be submitted as one single pdf to )

  • Nomination Letter - must include a detailed description of the campus/institution as well as how the culture of integrity has been created. If there was a specific initiative or program highlighted, we welcome pictures to help describe that program.
  • 2 letters of support required, no more than 4 letters of support may be submitted

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

The ICAI Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes and honors academic and practitioner members of ICAI who have made significant contributions to academic integrity over their lifetimes. Award recipients represent the most influential individuals in academic integrity. It is the highest honor to be given by ICAI.

All ICAI members are invited to nominate individuals they feel are deserving of a Lifetime Achievement Award. Award winners must be ICAI members (individual or part of an institutional membership).

Criteria for nomination:

The Lifetime Achievement Award is intended for individuals with at least 10 years of documented accomplishments in academic integrity and who have had a significant impact on a large number of individuals and organizations.

The impact may be demonstrated in one or more of the following ways:

  • Programs & Projects: The individual designed or implemented one or more high-impact programs or projects that have been widely replicated.  
  • Presentations & Publications: The individual has made meaningful contributions to the body of knowledge on academic integrity through conference presentations, articles, books, etc.
  • Service & Mentorship: The individual has contributed substantial time and expertise to help build a culture of academic integrity (e.g., by leading campus groups or networks, serving on relevant boards or committees, and/or mentoring others).

Nomination Requirements (to be submitted as one single pdf to )

  • Nomination Letter - must include a detailed description of the nominee’s contributions to academic integrity.
  • 2 letters of support required, no more than 4 letters of support may be submitted
  • Nominee’s CV or resume

No self-nominations will be accepted.

 

Student of Merit Award

The ICAI student of Merit Award is given to a current student who has demonstrated a passion and motivation towards creating a culture of academic integrity. All ICAI members are invited to nominate a student they feel is deserving of the Student of Merit Award.

Criteria for Nomination:

The student selected for this award may be a student at the pre-collegiate, undergraduate, or graduate level. Students who have clearly demonstrated a commitment to one or more of the fundamental values of ICAI will be considered.

Nomination Requirements (to be submitted as one single pdf to )

  • Nomination Letter - must include a detailed description of what this student has done to demonstrate passion and motivation towards creating a culture of academic integrity.
  • 2 letters of support required, no more than 4 letters of support may be submitted

No self-nominations will be accepted.

 

Tricia Bertram Gallant Award for Outstanding Service

The Tricia Bertram Gallant Award for Outstanding Service is named for Dr. Bertram Gallant who has consistently gone above and beyond while working toward a culture of integrity around the globe.

Tricia Bertram Gallant is the Director of the Academic Integrity Office at University of California – San Diego. She is a longstanding contributor to ICAI and academic integrity initiatives around the world. Tricia is a recognized expert in academic integrity. Nominators are encouraged to explore her body of work when considering possible nominees.

Within ICAI, Dr. Bertram Gallant chaired the committee from 2008-2010, guided the organization through its transition from being an institutionally supported organization to a non-profit organization from 2015-2017, and rounded out her direct service on the Board of Directors from 2017-2020.

Criteria for nomination:

The Tricia Bertram Gallant Award for Outstanding Service is intended for individuals with at least 3 years of documented accomplishments providing outstanding service to their institution and supporting and promoting academic integrity in their local or global community. This award examines the breadth of a nominee’s contributions.

All ICAI members are invited to nominate individuals they feel are deserving of the Tricia Bertram Gallant Award for Outstanding Service. Award winners must be ICAI members (individual or part of an institutional membership).

Nomination Requirements (to be submitted as one single pdf to )

  • Nomination Letter - must include a detailed description of the nominee’s contributions to academic integrity.
  • 2 letters of support required, no more than 4 letters of support may be submitted

No self-nominations will be accepted.

 

Waldvogel Exemplar of Integrity Award

The Waldvogel Exemplar of Integrity Award recognizes one individual for embodying the ICAI Fundamental Value of courage. The recipient will have demonstrated courage and perseverance in championing the ideals of academic integrity in the face of opposition and adversity within the last year. 

The Waldvogel Exemplar of Integrity Award is named in memory of Dr. Jerry A. Waldvogel. Dr. Waldvogel was an alum of Stanford University (BS) and Cornell University (PhD). He finished a long teaching career as a full professor in the Biology department at Clemson University. During his tenure, Dr. Waldvogel was nationally recognized for his teaching achievements. Beyond that, Dr. Waldvogel was a relentless advocate for public science education.

All ICAI members are invited to nominate an individual they feel is deserving of the Waldvogel Exemplar of Integrity Award. Award winners must be ICAI members (individual or part of an institutional membership).

Criteria for nomination:

The Waldvogel Exemplar of Integrity Award is intended for an individual who has demonstrated the sixth fundamental value - courage - to champion the ideals of academic integrity in building a culture of integrity. This award examines the depth of a nominee’s contributions.

Nomination Requirements (to be submitted as one single pdf to )

  • Nomination Letter - must include a detailed description of how this individual exhibited courage towards academic integrity in the face of adversity or opposition.
  • 2 letters of support required, no more than 4 letters of support may be submitted

No self-nominations will be accepted.