Personal Responsibility Workshop
The Personal Responsibility educational sanction workshop, offered by the Dean of Students Office, is a 4-hour class (broken down into two 2-hour sessions) which seeks to engage students about the decision making process. The class aims to achieve this engagement through discussion, reflection, and activity centered on critical thinking skills. Specifically, the workshop dialogues with students about the role that their feelings and “self-talk” play in their ability to think critically about a decision. The workshop includes learning opportunities through personal reflection, journaling, group activities, homework assignments, and discussion.
Academic Integrity Workshop
The Academic Integrity Workshop is an educational sanction offered by the Dean of Students Office. This two hour session provides students with an opportunity to explore general issues of integrity and ethical behavior, including a discussion of its short and long term consequences. All students who violate the UA Code of Academic Integrity are required to attend this workshop. Faculty and instructors have authority to waive this workshop and assign different sanctions as outlined on the Record of Faculty/Student Conference Form.
Plagiarism Prevention Workshop
The Writing Center at the THINK TANK, in collaboration with the Dean of Students Office, offers this three hour workshop to all University of Arizona students interested in honing their research and writing skills to make sure their work meets the ethical standards of our institution and academic communities in general. This workshop will cover topics meant to give students the tools they need to ensure academic work meets the UA Code of Academic Integrity.
Masculinity: Expectations and Navigation Support (M.E.N.S.) Workshop
The Masculinity: Expectations and Navigation Support (MENS) workshop is an educational sanction for the Dean of Students Office, offered by The Men’s Project at UA. This workshop is 5-hours in length, but includes a lunch break. The workshop offers a safe space for conversation about “college male culture” with other college men, facilitated by college men.