Honor Council

The mission of the UAMS College of Public Health Honor Council is to promote, encourage, and ensure compliance with the standards of the Code of Academic Integrity.

The election of representatives from the COPH student body to the Honor Council is held in the spring term of each year with the term of service beginning the following fall term.  The Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs assists the Council in conducting the election.  The five student representatives serve two-year terms with two or three representatives rotating off the Council each year.  One of the two student alternates is also elected from the student body each year.  The Dean appoints one of two faculty representatives to the Honor Council each spring.  Each faculty representative serves a two-year term.

The Honor Council meets at least once a year to orientate new members.  The Council meets as needed throughout the year.

President – Zoe Anaman
Secretary – Hailey Hundley

Cliff Hudson
Randall Walker
Ranaa Tasneem
Dr. Rosalind Penney
Dr. Page Moore

Alternative Members:
Wesley Roach
Ja’Qualane Scales

Kevin Ryan

To view the Honor Council Constitution (updated April 2012), please click here. – PDF (111 KB)

Click here to view a PowerPoint presentation from the Honor Council. – PPT (523 KB)

Click here to view the Honor Council Student Handout. – PDF (228 KB)


There are several organizations for public health students, including the American Public Health Association (APHA), the Public Health Student Caucus, the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPPH), and the Arkansas Public Health Association (ArPHA).