The Emory Integrity Project is collaborating with departments and programs in Campus Life to enhance existing initiatives. 

Dinner with 12 Strangers

Co-collaborator: Alumni Association

Offered in the fall and spring, the Emory Integrity Project sponsorings several dinners with an integrity theme. Through Dinner with 12 Strangers, Emory alumni, faculty, and staff in the Atlanta area open their homes to students for small dinner parties or host the students at local restaurants. "Strangers" come together in a warm, friendly environment for good food, conversation, and camaraderie.

RSVPs are being accepted now on the Emory Alumni Association webpage.

Intersections Retreat

Co-collaborator: Office of Multicultural Programs and Services

Intersections is a four-day program held during fall break. A unique opportunity for upper-division Emory students, Intersections develops the student capacity for integrity, cultural humility, leadership, and collaboration by identifying tools for inclusive leadership and considering the impact of the intersection of identities.

State of Race and Social Justice Week

Co-collaborator: College Council

February 20-23 2018, the Emory Integrity Project will collaborate with College Council to select the State of Race speaker, the annual keynote speaker of Social Justice Week. The Emory Integrity Project's role in Social Justice Week is to connect social justice to integrity. We will ask students to consider how integrity can be a motivation for social justice action.