It takes a certain kind of character to be a Yellow Jacket.
Every day presents new challenges and new opportunities to stand up for what is right. We will own our mistakes, learn from them, and always seek ways to improve. Georgia Tech will grow and evolve, but our commitment to cultivating character and preserving the public trust remains at the core of what it means to be a Yellow Jacket.
Tuesday, Nov. 6 8:00 a.m. - noon Academy of Medicine
Hosted by: Department of Internal Auditing Keynote Speaker: President G.P. "Bud" Peterson Details:Panelists include Steve Salbu, professor and Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics in the Scheller College of Business; Aisha Oliver-Staley, chief ethics officer; and Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, executive director for Strategic Consulting.
Hosted by: The Honors Program and Student Government Association, with faculty oversight by Roberta Berry Details: The two-day event features four films, including thematic discussions on ethics with faculty. Sign up to attend.
Lunch and Learn:
Atlanta Compliance and Ethics Roundtable
Hosted by: Office of the President and Compliance Partners Group Details: This lunch will include a panel of speakers to discuss compliance and ethics in business. RSVP required:email@example.com
Wednesday, Nov. 14 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Tech Walkway W. Village Dining Klaus walkway Student Success Center 250 14th St lobby 5th Street sidewalk (in front of Waffle House) Library Edge Building Biotech courtyard CRC entrance
Hosted by: Event Ideation Subcommittee Details: The entire Tech community is invited to visit pledge stations across campus. Come sign the TECH IS pledge and affirm your commitment to community, transparency, and integrity at Georgia Tech.
Hosted by: Graduate Student Government Association, Graduate Education and Faculty Development, and Georgia Tech Human Resources Details: Graduate students and postdocs are invited to learn about the Institute’s Non-Retaliation Policy and discuss specific factors that impact matters of ethics, confidentiality, and non-retaliation in the academic environment.
Hosted by: Event Ideation Subcommittee Details: Steve Salbu, professor and Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics in the Scheller College of Business, will give a presentation on ethical climates and behaviors within organizations.