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Office for Undergraduate EducationOctober 3, 2016
 
 
 

The Partial Withdrawal Deadline for Fall 2016 is NEXT FRIDAY (October 14.) If you are considering withdrawing from a course this semester you need to complete the withdrawal process by this date. Students who are considering this course of action are welcome to meet with an OUE Academic Advisor to discuss their situation. Appointments can be made using ASST.
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Where do you stand? The Emory Integrity Project (EIP) invites you to answer this question through monthly case studies that explore ethical tensions you and your peers may encounter throughout your collegiate experience. Each month, we will provide you with a new dilemma that will challenge you to think critically and engage in organic conversations with classmates, friends, and professors. This month, the EIP has partnered with the annual Zombethics event to provide three case studies around (in)visible disabilities and otherness, and asks the question: how should students engage across (in)visible differences at Emory?

Interested in discussing further? We want YOUR opinion! Come discuss with us:

Wednesday, October 5, 12:00-2:00p at Wonderful Wednesday

Wednesday, October 19, 2:00p, Coffee Hour featuring Blue Donkey Coffee

Wednesday, October 26, 6:30p, Center for Ethics Commons, room 102 - the annual Zombethics program featuring the Forum: A Case Study on (In)visible Disabilities and Otherness
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Hosted by the Center for Ethics, an interdisciplinary array of experts are gathering on November 2, 2016 to engage in an open and constructive discussion about the ethics, science, and business of drug development and prescription drug costs. Full details and the speaker list is available on our website. Registration for students is $15.
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As midterm exams and assignments begin, the Emory College Honor Council would like to remind all students of the importance of the Honor Code. Plagiarism, cheating in any form (either by seeking or providing assistance), and lying to an instructor are some of the common offenses against the academic integrity of the Emory community. If you witness suspicious behavior during an exam, report it to your professor or proctor immediately, and keep in mind that Emory has many resources to help students facing academic challenges. The Honor Council appreciates the efforts of all Emory students in maintaining a high standard of integrity.
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