Ethics Tables

Nov. 9 - 13
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

During Ethics Week, the Office of Ethics and Compliance will answer questions, provide resources, and hand out Ethics First items at Tech Walkway, Harrison Square, and GTRI.

See locations on map.gatech.edu (opens in a new tab)


Ethical Management of AI: A French-American Dialogue Virtual Symposium

November 9 & 10
8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST (Atlanta)

The Office of Ethics and Compliance is proud to support the new Georgia Tech Ethics, Technology, and Human Interaction Center (ETHICx), to co-present this French-American dialogue on A.I. and privacy, trust, and human oversight in health and well-being.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ethical-management-of-ai-a-french-american-dialogue-virtual-symposium-tickets-121545721525 (opens in a new tab)


Dirty Data - When Good Data Goes Bad 

Nov. 9
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Ayanna Howard, Chair of the Linda J. and Mark C. Smith School of Interactive Computing and the co-director of the Ethics, Technology, and Human Interaction Center (ETHICx), will share her expertise on the ethical use of data focusing on how you are using others' data and how others are using yours. Virtual attendees can win Ethics First door prizes! 

Register at http://c.gatech.edu/nov9dirtydata (opens in a new tab)
 


Reporting Concerns- Understanding Internal Investigations

Nov. 9
10:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m.

You have an obligation to speak up. Our internal investigation leaders, Melissa Hall, Ivy Gardner, and Kyla Ross, will share the ins and outs of what happens when you report a concern. This virtual presentation is all about Georgia Tech’s investigations process. Virtual attendees can win Ethics First door prizes!

Co-Presented with the Office of the Provost and GTHR

Register at http://c.gatech.edu/nov9investigations (opens in a new tab)


"The Ethics Space" - Virtual Office Hours

Nov. 10 from 2:00-3:00, Nov. 12 from 3:30-4:30

Join the Ethics and Compliance team for virtual office hours following planned campus events. Conversations will be focused on ethics and compliance, getting to know team members, and providing resources to campus. Virtual attendees can win Ethics First door prizes!

Click here to join the Nov 10th Ethics Space and here for Nov 12th! 
 


Keynote Speaker: An Interview with Steven Bay, Edward Snowden's Former Supervisor 

Nov. 10
1 p.m - 2 p.m.

Join Steven Bay, Edward Snowden's former supervisor, as he recounts Snowden's story and reflects on recognizing threats, ethical culture, and accountability. 

Register at http://c.gatech.edu/nov10-keynote (opens in a new tab)


10 Minutes of Growth – Diversity Stories and Ethical Action

Nov. 9-13
Anytime

Story telling builds empathy and understanding. Any time during Ethics Week, listen to one or more curated stories and tell us how these stories spin your ethical compass. The submissions which best speak to driving ethical action with be awarded Ethics First giveaways! 

Co-Presented with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Register at https://sdie.gatech.edu/ethicsweek (opens in a new tab)
 


Safe Space Training

Nov. 12
12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

We are responsible for building a culture where we can be honest and respect one another. Learn to create safe spaces for all with the LGBTQIA Resource Center. 

Co-Presented with the LGBTQIA Resource Center

Register at https://lgbtqia.gatech.edu/safe-space (opens in a new tab)


Culture Shock - Transitioning from Military Service to the Corporate World 

Nov. 12
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

This panel-led program will explore the challenges associated with leaving the military and entering the civilian work force.  With a focus on ethical culture, the panel will discuss their experiences with military service and transitioning to the corporate workplace. Virtual attendees can win Ethics First door prizes!

Co-Presented with the Veteran's Resource Center

Contact David Ross, Director Veteran's Resource Center to RSVP!


Fostering Global Engagement Through Transparency 

Nov. 12
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

As we continue to develop and strengthen global partnerships, it is important to recognize the risks involved and be prepared to address them. Please join us for a discussion about responsible global engagement and learn about support structures and guidance Georgia Tech has in place to support faculty. This virtual panel will feature:

  • Chaouki Abdallah, Executive Vice President for Research
  • Steven McLaughlin, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Yves BerthelotVice Provost for International Initiatives
  • Michael Best, Professor and Director of Research at Georgia Tech Shenzhen
  • David McDowell, Carter N. Paden Jr. Distinguished Chair in Metals Processing and Regents' Professor; Executive Director, Institute for Materials
  • Ellen Zegura, Professor and Stephen Fleming Chair in the College of Computing

Virtual attendees can win Ethics First door prizes!

Co-Presented with the Office of International Initiatives

Register at http://c.gatech.edu/nov12-ethics (opens in a new tab)
 


USG Ethics & Compliance Best Practices in Higher Education

Nov. 13
10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

The University System of Georgia will host a panel to include John Fuchko, III, Vice Chancellor for Organizational Effectiveness, and ethics experts from industry and a USG institution of higher education. 

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usg-ethics-compliance-best-practices-panel-tickets-126604558643
 


2020 Annual Compliance Training

October 26 - November 16

Faculty, staff (including Tech Temps), and student employees are required to complete four training modules: Ethics First at Georgia Tech, University System of Georgia Ethics Training, Information Security/Cybersecurity, and Foreign Influence and Conflicts of Interest training and attestation.

Training can be completed on a desktop or laptop, should take approximately 45 minutes, and does not have to be completed at one time. 

Complete Your training at training.hr.gatech.edu (opens in a new tab)