The Dean of Students is responsible for the oversight of academic integrity at McGill. If you have any questions, are wondering about academic integrity, or have comments and suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact the Office of the Dean of Students and or the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies office.
Academic integrity is your responsibility. To become better informed about ensuring a high standard of academic integrity at McGill, make a point of listening to the following presentation by Professor Jane Everett: Academic Integrity Presentation
Another important website for you to refer to is Keeping it honest.
McGill has very strict Ethical guidelines for research on human and animal subjects. All research projects, including student research, must have ethics approval before they can begin. The University has 5 Research Ethics Boards and each of the affiliated hospitals has its own Research Ethics board. To find out more, click here: Research Ethics & Compliance
Environmental Health & Safety supports the continuous improvement of a safety culture at the University by providing advice, guidance, training, and technical support to the McGill community. For workshops and more information click here.