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Code of Professional Expectations for Faculty and Staff

The College of Business expects the highest level of integrity from our administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. As faculty and staff of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming, we are expected to conduct ourselves in a professional manner as described below and to adhere to the ethical principles of this College as well as the University's Standards as outlined in the University Regulations.

The College of Business Code of Professional Expectations is built on the foundation of respect for others, personal responsibility, the creation and maintenance of trust, and honesty and truthfulness. The administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming should strive to set an example of ethical leadership and professional behavior as those traits are essential for good social and business interactions. Faculty and staff should exhibit professional conduct,

  • Turning off or silencing cell phones and other electronic devices unless they are being used for class or in emergencies.
  • Showing respect for students by listening to others' points of view in a courteous and respectful manner and using appropriate body and verbal language during class.
  • Being prepared, taking an active role in cooperative-learning activities, being on time, and helping students understand the importance and connectedness of course content.
  • Turning off or silencing cell phones and other electronic devices in open offices and meetings unless an emergency situation has arisen.
  • Showing respect for others by being on time, dressing appropriately, and being courteous and respectful to others.
  • Dressing appropriately and being on time for club and professional meetings, appointments, office hours, and recruiting events.
  • Showing respect for students, colleagues, and guests by using appropriate body and verbal language during club and professional meetings, appointments, and recruiting events.
  • Upholding academic integrity by avoiding intellectual theft of any kind. Avoiding cheating in any form, plagiarism, falsification, and facilitation of a student's intellectual theft.
  • Upholding personal integrity by avoiding theft of college and/or university resources.

October 2006

 

College of Business Code of Professional Expectations for Students

The College of Business expects the highest level of integrity from our administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. As students of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming, you are expected to conduct yourselves in a professional manner as described below and to adhere to the ethical principles of this College as well as the University's Standards as outlined in the University Regulations.

The College of Business Code of Professional Expectations is built on the foundation of respect for others, personal responsibility, the creation and maintenance of trust, and honesty and truthfulness. The administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming should strive to set an example of ethical leadership and professional behavior as those traits are essential for good social and business interactions. Students should exhibit professional conduct,

In the classroom by:

  • Turning off cell phones and other electronic devices unless they are being used for class or emergencies, being on time, staying through the entire class, not reading outside materials, and refraining from disruptive conversations. (See UNIREG 30, Revision 1)

  • Showing respect for colleagues and instructors by listening to others' points of view, staying attentive, offering one's opinion in a courteous, respectful manner, and avoiding inappropriate body and verbal language.

  • Being prepared (reading the assigned materials, doing the assigned homework; on time), taking an active role in cooperative-learning activities, participating in class discussions, and understanding the importance and connectedness of course content.

In all curricular and co-curricular activities by:

  • Dressing appropriately and being on time for club and professional meetings, appointments, recruiting events, and job interviews.

  • Showing respect for faculty, staff, colleagues, and guests by using appropriate body and verbal language during club and professional meetings, appointments, recruiting events, and job interviews.

In the academic environment by:

  • Upholding academic integrity by avoiding intellectual theft of any kind. Students will adhere requirements for academic honesty as set forth in UNIREG 802, Revision 2. Under no circumstances will violations to this regulation be tolerated.

  • Avoiding cheating in any form, plagiarism (if you didn't write it, cite it), falsification, unauthorized use of educational materials (using a solution manual without permission, for example), and facilitation of another student's intellectual theft and other violations set forth in UNIREG 802, Revision 2.

 

September 2006

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