The Center for Academic Integrity (CAI) was founded in 1992 in Maryland under the leadership of Dr. Don McCabe. Dr. McCabe's research in the area of academic integrity has attracted representatives from colleges and universities throughout the world to meet once a year at the International CAI Conference, where students, administrators and faculty discuss the role of AI and its impact on campus life.
In 1997, the CAI moved to Duke University where it became affiliated with the Kenan Ethics Program. During its time at Duke, the CAI produced its report on the Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity: Honest, Trust, Respect, Fairness, Responsibility. This report clearly established the common approach CAI member institutions would take in approaching AI and set the groundwork for the application of these values. In the summer of 2007, the CAI moved to Clemson University in South Carolina where it continues its mission of supporting the values of AI and bringing institutions together to further develop partnerships in support of AI. Queen's became a member of the CAI in 2001.
Visit http://www.academicintegrity.org/ for a detailed history and other valuable resources.