Location: Room 141 in the
Natural & Behavioral Sciences Building
Erica Jackson, Coordinator
Phone: (678) 466-4087
Class Act: Exploring Proper Classroom Etiquette?
with Dr. Mark Daddona, Associate Vice President
Tuesday, February 3 • 3:40-4:40pm • Lecture Hall B-13
So What Does the University's Student Code of Conduct Have to do with Civility?
with Mr. Jeff Jacobs, Dean of Students
Tuesday, March 17 • 3:40-4:40pm • Lecture Hall B-10
Ok, So Why do Students Plagiarize?
with Dr. Benie Colvin, English Professor
Thursday, April 9 • 3:40 - 4:40pm • Lecture Hall B-13
About the Program
The First-Year Reading Program is designed for first-year students to collectively engage in a common reading that provides a common academic experience for all first-year students, with the purpose of strengthening the academic atmosphere of the institution. The first-year program is a literary initiative that strives to cover a wide range of interests and topics among students, faculty and staff in uniting the campus community by promoting conversation, understanding and development. For spring 2015, Choosing Civilty, The Twenty-five Rules of Considerate Conduct, by P.M. Forni has been chosen as the common reading for the program. All first-year students will be required to read the book during the summer in preparation for the fall semester.
The program's goal is to provide a shared intellectual experience for all first-year students, faculty and staff. The learning outcomes for the program are as follow:
Through CSU 1022: University Foundations, students will engage in a variety of activities connected to Henrietta Lacks