Academic Integrity Council Member Students will assist CSES by serving as a member of the Academic Integrity Council. This position offers an opportunity to: collaborate with faculty, hold peers accountable to academic standards, and gain valuable skills in critical thinking and asking difficult questions Interested? Want to learn…[Read more]Posted September 13, 2012.
Are you planning your class schedule for the fall semester? If you are looking for a class that will benefit your interpersonal skills and help you manage conflict, consider taking a course offered by the Center for Student Ethics and Standards (CSES). We offer an Introduction to Conflict Resolution course taught by CSES Director Kim Martin and…[Read more]Posted March 22, 2012.