Winter 2011 Newsletter

Hot off the presses! Read the Winter 2011 AIM newsletter!

Includes study tips, information about AIM events this quarter an interview with Lucero (our President – external), and an interview with Dr. Jon Christopher Armour, a professor here at UCSD and a member of the Academic Integrity board.

 

Winter 2011

Rubio’s Fundraiser

A.I.M. is hosting a fundraiser at Rubio’s in Price Center on 2/17/11 from 2 PM – close.

Download the fundraiser flyer to help support A.I.M.! 20% of proceeds will help us spread awareness about academic integrity on campus and sponsor more events for our members!

 

The Contest Is Live!

AIM’s annual Academic Integrity contest is back up!

Ponder the statement, “Imagine a university without cheating…”

The grand prize is a $100 gift card to the UCSD bookstore! Runner up prizes include gift packs from Starbucks, Golden Spoon, Chipotle and much more!

You may choose to submit your thoughts in the form of:

  • an art piece,
  • a video (no longer than 2 minutes), or
  • an essay/speech/presentation (no more than 750  words)

Deadline: March 31st, 2011

Check out the contest page for more information!

Meet the Officers!

Check out the new officer bio page! Meet the people behind the A.I.M student organization.

Feel free to contact any of us if you have any questions or concerns, or if you just want to talk!

AIM Officers 2010-2011 Year

Congrats to the new board!

  • Yvonne – President, Internal
  • Lucero – President, External
  • David – UCSD Outreach Chair
  • Mark – Non-UCSD Outreach Chair
  • Chris – Event Coordinator
  • Justine – Secretary/Newsletter Chair
  • Keyvan – Finance Chair
  • Kristina – Webmaster

Stay tuned for an upcoming GBM next quarter from AIM!

AIM Officer Position Applications Now Closed

Thank you to all of you who applied for the positions.

We’re closing down the application submissions and will be conducting interviews for those that applied.

For those of you who still want to be involved, we will be holding general body meetings for AIM as soon as the new board has been selected.

Stay tuned!

AIM Newsletter

The Fall 2010 edition of the AIM newsletter is out! AIM puts out quarterly newsletters with tips on academic integrity awareness and resources that people can use to help with study habits and dealing with stress.

Click here to sign up for the mailing list!

AIM Newsletter Fall 2010

Fall 2010

AIM Officer Positions Available!

Welcome back to school UCSD! Its a brand new school year and we’re looking for officers for AIM! this year. If you want to get involved with spreading academic integrity awareness throughout the university, this is the place for you!

We have tons of officer positions open including:

  • President, Internal- In terms of executive meetings, will be responsible for running the meetings and coordinating the activities of the other members. Will maintain electronic communication with current and future members through list-serve (address any questions/concerns, update mailing list), will inform members of upcoming events, and works with President, External to oversee AIM officers and committees.
  • Co-Committee Outreach chairs:
    1. Local UCSD committee outreach chair – They are responsible for reaching out to local UCSD students about academic integrity, whether it be through flyers, tabling, or just talking with students to create a culture of academic integrity or talking with professors about ways to decrease cheating in classrooms.
    2. Non-UCSD committee outreach chair – They are responsible for reaching out to the community about academic integrity.  This includes contacting high schools to give speeches on academic integrity.
  • Events coordinator –This officer is responsible for planning events and organizing all the details regarding the events along with everybody else in the club including events like academic integrity awareness week. Will reserve rooms for events (this involves going through CSI and “TAP” the event). They may also be responsible for checking out a projector or other media equipment that are needed
  • Secretary/Newsletter Chair- responsible for recording the things that are talked about in the meetings, and type up meeting minutes to send out to other officers. Responsible for creating quarterly newsletters to send out to members.

If you think you have what it takes, fill out an application and email it to lcleon@ucsd.edu or drop it by the AI Office in the Student Services Center, 5th floor – room 508A. Good luck!

Contest Winner

Here’s our contest winner with her art piece!

Contest Winners!

Congrats to the winners of the AIM “Why Does Academic Integrity Matter” contest.

Results:
1st place (winner of the iHome Clock/Dock) – Ji Ni Chung with her entry “Eye See You” (69 votes)

1st Runner Up (winner of a UCSD Mug, Chipotle Meal, Golden Spoon Yogurts and Pick Up Stix Wontons) – Grace Anderson with her entry “Collage” (40 votes)

2nd Runner Up (winner of Chipotle Buy One-Get One, Golden Spoon Yogurts and Pick Up Stix Wontons) – Ann Yu with her entry “
Cheat, Cheat, Cheat” (34 votes)

3rd Runner Up (winner of Chipotle Buy One-Get One, Golden Spoon Yogurts and Pick Up Stix Wontons) – Thydan Huynh with her entry “Nutrition Facts” (32 votes)

Thank you to all the other people who entered!