The Office of Student Conduct is hosting its annual Integrity Week all this week to celebrate and promote academic and personal integrity and to address aspects of ethics and character.
This year’s lineup will also include the launch on Tuesday of an online form where students can anonymously ask about how specific policies are applied, what isn’t and isn’t allowed under the Codes, what the repercussions are for certain policy violations, and more. Responses will be shared on the office’s social media accounts @ConductUMD.
Registration is required for all events:
5 p.m. Values Workshop: Identifying, defining and connecting with your values
4 p.m. Mental Health in College Panel
4 p.m. Ethics and Integrity Panel
President Darryll J. Pines stressed that integrity, including academic integrity, is a personal value that we carry with us in every facet of our lives.
“Pursuing and achieving excellence is not just about the end result—it’s about how you get there. As a university community, we achieve excellence through hard work, respect and integrity, and integrity follows us across all different phases of our lives,” he said. “Academic integrity is a value that will stay with you long after your time at the University of Maryland, and I thank our students for staying true to our honor code.”
More information is available on Instagram and Twitter: @ConductUMD.
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