Message from the Director of Student Conduct
Topic of the Month
Winners of the Pavela Prize and Camille K. Rajpat Award Announced!
The Pavela Prize recognizes a student member of the University Student Judiciary who has made significant contributions to academic integrity and ethical development programming. The winner of this year's Pavela Prize is Lindy Bernhardt. Lindy is a Government and Politics major, and Presiding Officer and Chair of the Student Honor Council.
The Camille K. Rajpat Outstanding Member of the Student Judiciary Award is given to the member of the University Student Judiciary who through his/her service most exemplifies the ideals of truth, honesty, integrity, empathy and compassion. The winner of this year's Rajpat Award is Monique Thornton. Monique is a senior Public and Community Health major, and a Presiding Officer of the Central Board.
Come to the USJ Table on Maryland Day
!! We will be on McKeldin Mall in the Campus Programs and Maryland Supporters Tent!
Faces of Integrity
"The character and integrity of all work completed and submitted at the University of Maryland must be held to the highest of levels, otherwise the entire institution's credibility is damaged in the eyes of the academic community. I enjoy my time working with my peers in USJ to help educate students on campus about academic integrity, while also advocating for the strong values that the university and its staff take great pride in."
Daniel Atlas, Community Advocate + Executive Committee Chair, Environmental Science and Policy major