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Kane Murdoch is the Head of Complaints, Appeals and Misconduct at Macquarie University, and a leading authority on the detection of contract cheating. In his previous role as Head- Student Conduct and Integrity at UNSW Sydney, Kane jointly won the 2019 UNSW Vice-Chancellor’s award for innovation in detecting contract cheating and recognition for initiating Courageous Conversations, an educational and integrity-driven approach to managing serious student misconduct. Kane has presented at conferences for the International Centre for Academic Integrity in 2019 and 2020, and in 2021 Kane was a keynote speaker at the inaugural Australia Academic Integrity Network Forum. Currently, Kane is developing systems for flagging contract cheating behaviours in online environments. He has delivered workshops on contract cheating for the regulator of higher education in Ireland (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) and is a member of a multi-university team engaged by the Australian higher education regulator (TEQSA) to develop and deliver contract cheating detection training for staff in Australian higher education.

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Dr. Kelly Ahuna is the inaugural Director of the Office of Academic Integrity at the University at Buffalo, a flagship institution of the State University of New York. Prior to beginning this role in 2019, Dr. Ahuna was faculty for 20 years, first running an undergraduate critical thinking program and later working with graduate teacher candidates on curriculum and instruction. Her overarching interest in student success led Dr. Ahuna to the growing field of academic integrity work and has prompted her many national and international presentations on topics including remediation programs, Student Integrity Ambassador initiatives, investigating dishonesty cases with online vendors, and defining academic integrity labor. Her publications consist of numerous articles, a textbook titled Methods of Inquiry: Applied Critical Thinking, and most recently the co-authored “Claiming Space for Honest Work: Academic Integrity as Third Space Labor” to be published fall 2023 in Workplace Special Issue: Third Space Academic Labor.

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