The Year Ahead: Ethics at Georgia Tech
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019 • 3 p.m. • Room 236, Global Learning Center
The Georgia Tech campus community is invited to hear from interim Institute leadership on the latest initiatives designed to build a culture of community, transparency, and integrity.
This panel discussion will provide highlights from the Conflict of Interest Task Force, talk about tools and resources to assist employees in filing concerns, and share what the campus community can expect in the year ahead. This includes discussing next steps for the Ethical Culture Indicator survey and the upcoming annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign.
Jim Fortner, Interim Executive Vice President for Administration and Finance;
Aisha Oliver-Staley, Interim Vice President for Ethics, Compliance and Legal Affairs;
Mark Demyanek, Interim Senior Vice President for Administration; and
Jennifer Hubert, Interim Associate Vice President for Institute Planning and Resource Management.
Attendees are encouraged to submit questions in advance to email@example.com. A live webstream will also be available on this site.
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.
Our Core Commitments
We believe in building an inclusive, just, and safe campus environment in which everyone can thrive. People make Georgia Tech what it is, and we are those people.
We believe in being clear and open, without agenda or condition. The free, honest exchange of information is vital to achieving our long-term goals.
We believe in doing what’s right, for the sake of what’s right. Together, we bear a responsibility to weigh every decision in light of our mission to educate and serve.
Ethical Leadership: A Shared Commitment
On Nov. 6, 2018, the Georgia Tech community was invited to hear from Institute leadership on fostering a campus culture of ethics and integrity in order to preserve the public trust.
Connect with Us
Georgia Tech offers many resources to help you understand our ethics policies and procedures: