Integrity Week 2022
Integrity Week is an annual campaign hosted by the Office of Student Conduct and the University Student Judiciary to promote the importance of character, ethics, and integrity both inside and outside of the classroom. We aim to educate the campus about our values, policies, and what it means to be a community member. This year, Integrity Week is March 7 - March 11!
Grab a drink and compete with your friends in trivia on Tuesday, catch a ride to class in the Conduct Cash Cab, join us on Friday for the 5th Annual Ethics & Integrity Panel, or stop by one of our other events throughout the week! Follow us on Instagram (@ConductUMD) for updates and more information. All events are described below!
Join OSC and the University Health Center in a values-based meditation to kick off Integrity Week! This event will be held in STAMP Margaret Brent A from 11-11:30 on Monday, March 7. All you need to bring is yourself!
Team up (up to 5 people per team) to compete in Happy Hour Trivia on Tuesday, March 8 starting at 7PM in the STAMP Atrium! Students who are of legal drinking age will be able to purchase up to three drinks at cash bar to enjoy while showing off your Terp knowledge!
Would you rather... ride a golf cart to class or walk up Stamp Hill? Catch the Conduct Cash Cab around campus on Wednesday and Thursday from 10am-3pm and get a free ride to class as long as you continue to answer Conduct-related questions!
Grab coffee and a breakfast pastry from USJ on Thursday, March 10 outside of McKeldin Library from 9am-12pm!
The fifth annual Ethics & Integrity Panel will be held via Zoom Friday, March 11 from 3-4:30PM. RSVP here.
The Ethics Panel is our signature Integrity Week event! Each year, we invite members of the UMD community and beyond who exemplify what it means to act with character and integrity in their professional & personal lives. This year, we are excited to welcome the following panelists:
- Victoria Alexander (she/her/hers), Resident Director, Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life / PhD Student in Student Affairs
- James McShay (he/him/his), Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs for Engagement
- Brian Medina (ze/hir/hirs), Program Manager in Bias Incident Support Services