The following values increase success in business, academics, and life in general: Nose in a book.

  • Honesty: The quest for truth and knowledge requires intellectual and personal honesty in learning, teaching, research and service.
  • Trust: Academic institutions must foster a climate of mutual trust in order to stimulate the free exchange of ideas.
  • Fairness: All interactions among students, faculty and administrators should be grounded in clear standards, practices and procedures.
  • Respect: Learning is acknowledged as a participatory process, and a wide range of opinions and ideas is respected.
  • Responsibility: A thriving community demands personal accountability on the part of all members and depends upon action in the face of wrongdoing.6

This is the end of the tutorial.

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