Programs & Workshops
Below you will find a listing of workshops that our office will be co-sponsoring and offered through Orientation Extended:
Social Marketing Contest
Entries Due by Midnight, October 8, 2011
Calling all creative students! The Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development (SCED) is looking for students interested in using their natural talents to create an original work of social marketing around one of our five themes: community, peace, perseverance, truth, and wisdom. Entries will be reviewed by a committee of University members. The creator of the most popular selection will receive a gift card and an opportunity to display their work online on the SCED website. Meetings to discuss various themes and social marketing techniques will be scheduled – please look out for the schedule to be announced. Also return to our website for rules and conditions.
Understanding Sexual Violence: Creating a
Community that Values Safety and Respect
September 14, 2011 – 6:00 p.m., 327 Pryzbyla Center
Sadly, nonconsensual sexual contact occurs all too frequently during the college years. One out of four women is sexually assaulted by age 21 and four out of five women know their attackers. Sexual violence affects both men and women and can be prevented. Learn what sexual violence is and the measures you can take to reduce the risk of sexual violence on both a personal and community level. This program will also address what to do if you or someone you know is sexually assaulted. Sponsored by the Counseling Center and Student Conduct and Ethical Development.
Discover Values & Ethics:
Emerging Leaders Program
September 28, 2011 - 6:30 p.m., Great Room C, Pryzbyla Center
Leaders exhibit their values and ethics in their thoughts, words, and actions. Discuss the meaning of values with other CUA students and CUA leaders. We will explore how to behave ethically as you pursue your goals within the context of the values that are most important to you.
Face-Off over Facebook: A Discussion About Cyberspace and Student Conduct
September 28, 2011 - 6:30 p.m., Flather Hall
Many of us are aware of the power of the Internet and social media, enabling us to connect with different people, culture, and knowledge. But we must also be aware of the potential pitfalls that may negatively impact someone’s standing or image. Join us for a lively discussion as we examine a few of the popular Internet outlets (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and identify the ways these portals can potentially harm others.
Know the Code: The Quiz Show
Tuesday, October 4, 2011 - 7:30 p.m., Great Room A, Pryzbyla Center
Come challenge your friends and peers to an evening of useful trivia related to student conduct and community expectations in a game show format. The winning team who displays the most knowledge of the Code of Student Conduct and other community expectations will be awarded a pizza party.
In addition, our staff is available to present programs for classes, student organizations, faculty meetings, or other groups focusing on academic or non-academic behavioral issues and community concerns.
Contact Omar Estrada Torres at (202) 319-5619 or David Best at (202) 319-6631, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for consultation and scheduling.
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