Dr. David Rettinger is Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences and Executive Director of the Center for Honor, Leadership, and Service at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. He earned a Ph.D. (1998) and an M.A. (1994) in psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, after receiving a B.A. (1991) with high honors and distinction in psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His academic research interest is in academic integrity behavior, having published research on the psychology of cheating in Theory into Practice, Research in Higher Education, Ethics and Behavior, and Psychological Perspectives on Academic Cheating. He also serves as Procedural Advisor to UMW’s student-run honor system. He is chair of the International Center for Academic Integrity, an organization founded to combat cheating, plagiarism, and academic dishonesty in higher education. In addition, he leads the organization's efforts in assessment and survey research, continuing the McCabe academic integrity survey.
David Rettinger in the News
- Student’s death leads to investigation of possible cheating at George Mason (The Washington Post)[...] The post Student’s death leads to investigation of possible cheating at George Mason (The Washington Post) appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »
- How Many College Students Admit to Cheating? (voanews.com)[...] The post How Many College Students Admit to Cheating? (voanews.com) appeared first on EagleEye.... Read more »