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Academic Integrity Week: Faculty Series

Inspiring Integrity Through Executive Functioning Skills

USC students face a variety of pressures and influences that directly impact their day-to-day decision making. As educators, we play a powerful role in supporting students throughout this journey. In this session, the team from the Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity will discuss the importance of executive functioning on promoting integrity and sound decision making for students. Attendees will be introduced to a variety of executive functioning techniques such as, time management, organization, stress management, and self-regulation to name a few, that can be implemented to help foster and promote academic integrity in the classroom. While specifically geared towards faculty members, this session will benefit the entire USC community.

Wednesday, October 4 @ 2:30pm
Social Sciences Building (SOS), Room B49

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