When we read the common thread of Scripture, from Genesis to Jesus to Paul, we read that, “a man will leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two will become one flesh… The one flesh union is not less than sex, but it is certainly more.
In addition to the "Stop Plagiarism & Hoaxes" campaign, as an act of support for education in areas that are still struggling with education, the Johannes Oentoro Library did a fundraise by selling t-shirts.
The workshop was attended by 22 lecturers and 5 students from various departments across UPH.
It's aim was to provide guidelines so students and lecturers can write professional articles that are peer-reviewed and accepted for publication by international journals.
This year's training was attended by 52 lecturers and 68 students from various faculties. Not only it will harm our academic integrity, there are consequences such as formal warnings, failure to pass the current course/program, and permanent exclusion from the university (PERMENDIKNAS No.17, 2010).
"Stop Plagiarism & Hoaxes" Seminar Date: 29th March 2017 Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library Description: To help eradicate plagiarism and hoaxes in higher education, especially in UPH, the Johannes Oentoro Library also held a seminar to increase the awareness and understanding of plagiarism and hoaxes. He further explained that plagiarism and hoaxes violate intellectual ethics and honesty and are an act of fraud to society.