Over the past several years, we have all heard about, read about, or seen corporate scandals involving ethics violations. Having a good set of morals and values has never been more important for business school graduates. While honor is no doubt an important quality for employers, it is also essential in building a strong sense of community here at Columbia Business School.
In this position, my primary objective is to build a community that truly values the principles of Truth, Integrity, and Respect. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions about my role, or questions about the Honor Code here at CBS.
– Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the school’s Honor Code.
– Provide support required by the GBA executive board to ensure ethical behavior is integrated into all activities and aspects of the Business School.
– Call and preside at meetings of the Honor Board.
– Work with cluster Honor Representatives and cluster Chairs to ensure all efforts are coordinated, communicated, and carried out in a consistent manner.
– Liaison with the Peer Advisor Vice President of Leadership and Integrity prior to the Fall and January term orientations.