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Honor and Ethics in Everyday Life

by: Hadley Jacobi

Honor and Ethics in Everyday Life LASE 1601

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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hadley Jacobi on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LASE 1601 at University of Virginia taught by Nicole Eramo in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see /class/209734/lase-1601-university-of-virginia in Liberal Arts at University of Virginia.

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Date Created: 09/21/15
Envisioning Integrity A Collaborative Approach to Reinvigorating Ethics as a Core University Value Association for Student Judicial Affairs Conference 2004 Clearwater Beach Florida February 8 2004 Presenters Nicole Eramo Special Assistant to the Honor Committee University of Virginia J Marshall Pattie Assistant Director of Student Affairs Darden School University of Virginia Introduction 0 What do we hope to accomplish today Provide you with information about ethics and integrity at the University of Virginia Encourage reflection about the role of ethics and integrity at your institution Demonstrate a collaborative model for incorporating ethics and integrity in the University community both in and outside the classroom Demonstrate this collaborative model as a best practices program The Collaborative Model Community of Trust Institute for Practical Ethics Envisioning Honor System Integrity Student Focused University Focused Student focused Disciplinary Cocurricular Curricular Lying Cheating amp Applying Personal Prac 39cal Stealing Ethics to Application of Everyday EthicsBased Situations Curricula Inside and Outside the Classroom Inside and Outside the Classroom Inside and Outside the Classroom University of Virginia Honor System Began in 1842 after a period of studentfaculty tension Has continually evolved since then System is entirely studentrun Covers lying cheating and stealing in and out ofthe classroom Single Sanction Permanent dismissal Broad jurisdiction Operates in the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle and whenever a student represents him or herself as a UVa student


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