Ethics Awareness Week 2019 was hosted Nov. 11-16 and centered on how Georgia State recognizes and practices its ethical values. Watch some of the live-streamed sessions from Ethics Awareness Week 2019 below.
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Ethics Awareness Week 2020 will be held November 9-15. Check back for more information.
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Georgia State’s Great Citizen Ethics Awareness Week 2019
Reflections on Ethics
The Keynote speaker for this event is Georgia State University Dean of Law, Dr. Leslie Wolf, who will address our community in honor of celebrating our ethical culture collectively to embody our university’s mission as a public research university.
Policies and procedures connect our University’s vision and goals to internal operations. Taken together, policies and procedures provide a road map for our University’s workforce to follow. This session led by Mary McLaughlin, Director of Policy and Accreditation will discuss the importance of navigating university policies.
A panel discussion involving industry experts. The topic of discussion is Ethics in Higher Education. The format will include guest panelists, a moderator and questions from the audience. Panelist will include: Wendy Hensel, Provost & SVP Academic Affairs, Allison Calhoun Brown, VP Student Engagement and Programs, Jerry Rackliffe, SVP Finance and Administration and Michael Eriksen, VP of Research.
Before you give up your money or personal information, talk to someone you trust. Identity theft and financial fraud are rapidly growing and increasingly common crimes, but relatively few resources exist to prepare victims of these crimes. This session led by Wanda Lynn Riley, Chief Audit Officer at Georgia State University will help you avoid becoming a victim by learning how to recognize fraud.
From Wall to Works: Core Values Across Georgia State
A panel discussion involving members of senior leadership who currently have core values in their area and are looking to put them into action. The discussion will feature: Charlie Cobb, Athletics Director, Alison Calhoun Brown VP Student Affairs and Rich Phillips, Dean of School of Business.