On behalf of the Academic Integrity Implementation Committee, I’m reaching out to ask you to publicize a contest we’re running to name the Academic Integrity Initiative we’ve been working on.
This semester we are hosting a contest to name the Academic Integrity information campaign and want your students’ creative ideas for a tagline that the College can use when communicating the importance of honesty in all academic endeavors. The caption selected for the campaign will be used in advertising, publicity and informational materials for the College’s Academic Integrity initiative, slated to start this fall.
The first prize is a $1500 award that can be used towards tuition as well as in our bookstore. There will also be two $500 prizes awarded.
Students should submit their ideas to email@example.com
I’ve attached the brochure we handed out to new students during last week’s NSO tabling events – feel free to share the handout or the information in it freely! For additional resources, including suggestions for how you can support Academic Integrity, please visit http://www.codlrc.org/AcademicHonesty
As you are getting your Fall classes together, please consider announcing this contest on the first day of class – you might find it is an excellent segue into discussing your plagiarism policies, student honesty, and academic integrity in general.
For more information contact:
Faculty Professional Development Coordinator
Speech and ESL/ABE/GED Liaison
College of DuPage Library
Information is the currency of democracy
Fashi- 2205 Bridal and Couture Techniques meets on Fridays from 9AM to 2:50pm for 17 weeks starting next Friday, September 25th at College of DuPage. Join Pamela Powell, Fashion Designer, Author and Couture Technique specialist in creating a special occasion or bridal dress with emphasis on inner support and construction of a bustle, bustier, and train construction. Students will use specialty fabrics, laces, embroidery and couture embellishments. An invaluable opportunity, Pamela’s year of experience in London and Australia’s fashion industries will be shared in a workshop environment. Fashion study students must have completed. Fashi 1202 or 1302, Community students should have sewing experience including dress making and should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a permit to register.
designer: Ibitisam Youner. model: Deidre Cericola
ATTENTION: PEACH CARR CHALLENGE DESIGNERS, MODELS, AND STYLISTS
LOOK BOOK PHOTO SHOOT
SUNDAY JUNE 11, 2017
COD Fashion Studies Department
Sunday, June 11th, Vin Reed will photograph the challenge winners with models at the College of DuPage in order to create a Look Book about the contest. All participants will have access to digital photos, digital look book and designers will also receive a hard copy to celebrate their achievement.
Designers: Your garments need to be dropped off at COD in SRC1007 by Thursday June 9th, they must be pressed and in a bag with your name on it. Sharon will be available on Tuesday and Thursday from 3-10. Email me with any issues.
You do not need to be at the photo shoot.
Models and Hair and Makeup Team: Please meet in SRC1008 at 10am for hair and makeup, bring a variety of shoes and lingerie for the shoot.
Stylists: Please assist Vin Reed and models to stage the photo shoots.
Please let me know how you will participate.
Questions: Contact Sharon Scalise, email@example.com.
CONGRATULATIONS on a successful 2017 Fashion Show.
These photos are provided as a huge “thank you.” Photos are high resolution, feel free to download anything you want for your personal use.
BIG NOTE: I AM SURE I LEFT PEOPLE OFF OF THIS EMAIL ACCIDENTALLY. Designers, Please share with your peers and models who may not have these links.
Congratulations, Thanks, and have a great Summer.