Ethics Week at KSU
Doing the right thing matters. High ethical standards are a core value at Kennesaw State day in and day out. KSU is embracing the University System of Georgia’s Ethics Awareness Week as an opportunity across our campus to focus conversation around ethical expectations throughout our university.
Ethics Awareness Week at Kennesaw State features several events, including topics like ethics in finance, conflicts of interest, ethical research, and much more. A centerpiece of the week will be a keynote address by Joyette Holmes, the district attorney for Cobb County, on Wednesday. You can learn more about District Attorney Holmes and the schedule of events throughout this week at ethics.kennesaw.edu.
Our success as a thriving university is contingent upon a culture of ethical behavior. As long as we continue to dedicate our work to integrity, good judgment and a commitment to public service, we will continue to rise to new heights. Adhering to ethical behavior will allow each of us to provide or receive an education of the highest quality. I encourage everyone to take advantage of the events across campus this week to bring ethics into the forefront of all we do.