Clemson University will host its second annual Compliance and Ethics Week beginning Monday, Oct. 16. The week focuses its outreach to Clemson students, faculty and staff and is designed to raise awareness around compliance and ethics issues impacting the University community.
“Last year, our first Compliance and Ethics Week at Clemson was a huge success,” said Associate Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Tracy Arwood. “We hope to continue the great discussion about our collective role in upholding the highest standards in all University activities. Our compliance partners do great work, and we will highlight this work all week.”
Compliance and Ethics Week will highlight many important things for employees and students to know, including how to share issues of concern through the ethics and safety hotline, ethical decision-making processes developed by the Rutland Institute for Ethics and standards of ethical conduct adopted by the Board of Trustees.
View all Compliance and Ethics Week events on the University calendar.