Teddi Fishman

Dr. Teddi Fishman earned her PhD at Purdue University where she mentored student teachers in traditional and computer classrooms and served as the coordinator of the Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL).

She taught as a faculty member at the State University of West Georgia and then Clemson University, before serving for nearly a decade as the Director of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI), the preeminent consortium of colleges, universities, and schools dedicated to promoting and advancing the principles of trustworthiness, transparency, honesty, and fairness in education. In addition to organizing and speaking at HIgher Education conferences around the world,

Dr. Fishman also works with educators, students, and administrators in North America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia to identify integrity vulnerabilities; develop strategies for leveraging existing institutional strengths and building new capabilities; revitalizing teaching and learning, and strengthening cultures of academic integrity.