Members come from a variety of areas on campus and serve a two-year term. Each dean's office/director's of health and human sciences office shall designate two undergraduate students and two graduate students to serve from that area. When an appeal of an academic misconduct case is forwarded to the Academic Integrity Appeal Board, the hearing panel for each case will consist of the following drawn from the pool:
One student (undergraduate or graduate, as appropriate to the hearing)
One administrative/professional staff member
One member of the UNLV Faculty Senate Academic standards Committee, who will serve as Chair of the Board
Before serving on an Academic Integrity Appeal Board hearing, members complete an orientation and training on academic integrity and misconduct. Recruitment, training, and facilitation of the Academic Integrity Appeal Board is the responsibility of the Office of Student Conduct, in collaboration with the UNLV Faculty Senate; and with appropriate authority and jurisdiction afforded to university designees as dictated in the NSHE and UNLV Student Conduct Codes.