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Courtney Cullen

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Doctoral Student

Courtney Cullen is a doctoral student at the McBee Institute of Higher Education and currently serves as the program coordinator in the Office of Academic Honesty and Student Appeals.

Her research interests include academic integrity, institutional policy-making, decision-making, and the role of institutions in student cognitive and moral development. 

Courtney earned a Master of Arts in International Affairs in 2016 and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs in 2013, both from the University of Georgia. She previously worked for the UGA Athletic Association where she served as the assistant tutorial coordinator.


News Featuring Courtney Cullen

by Larissa Lozano

Courtney Cullen, a PhD Student at the Institute of Higher Education, examines the impacts of academic integrity policies on student behavior and why education-based policies are more effective in preventing academic dishonesty in…

McBee IHE faculty members and doctoral candidate, Matt Gregory, shared on-going research experience with University System of Georgia (USG) and GA Awards data. The 60-minute session covered stages in a project's lifecycle from idea generation through…

Research Roundtable, a student-led group focused on deepening engagement with professional literature, recently hosted a presentation screening. Students presented their upcoming papers in front of their peers and received constructive suggestions and practice…

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