President Donald R. Gerth
The Academic Senate recently passed a resolution addressing the matter of work submitted to more than one course. The resolution is as follows:
Work that has been submitted in partial or complete fulfillment of the requirements of one course and accepted for credit may not be submitted towards the requirements of another course without the permission of the instructor upon subsequent submission or the permission of both instructors upon concurrent submissions.
This resolution defines an approach which is essentially sound and it is a statement of a good principle. I am asking that this matter be handled, as it should be, in the Departments and Schools and that all of us be mindful of this.
 Association of American Medical Colleges, Framework for Institutional Policies and Procedures to Deal with Misconduct in Research, Washington, DC, (March 1989), p. 1.
 NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, July 18, 1986.
 54 Federal Register 32446.
 Agreement Between the Board of Trustees of the California State University and the California Faculty Association, Unit 3 – Faculty (July 1, 1987 – June 30, 1991).
 Code of Federal Regulations, Title 42, Subchapter D, Part 50, Subpart A, Para 50.102 as published August 8, 1989 in the Federal Register, 54 FR 32447.
 Association of American Medical Colleges, op.cit., p. 2.
 Ibid., p. 6.
 Ibid., p. 8.
 Ibid., p. 9.
 Ibid., pp. 9-11.
 Code of Federal Regulations, Title 42, Subpart D, Part 50, Subpart A, para. 50.103(d) as published August 8, 1989, in the Federal Register, 54 FR 32450.
 54FR 32450.
 AAMC, op.cit., p. 11.
 Agreement Between the Bd of Trustees of the CSU and the CA Faculty Association, Unit 3 – Faculty;, op.cit., Article 19, “Disciplinary Action Procedure,” or, it after June 30, 1991, the corresponding provisions of the collective bargaining agreement in force as of the date of filing the allegation of misconduct.