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Code_of_Conduct_9-2-09 - Code of Conduct Code of Conduct...

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Code of Conduct Code of Conduct for the Human Ecology Building Studios, Computer Labs, and Model Building and Digital Production Facilities . Introduction To maintain excellence in our school environment, we , the students and faculty in SPDC, agree to the following Code of Conduct (COC) which serves as the framework for expected behavior in the creative and scholarly environment. The provision of 24hour a day/7 day a week SPDC studio, lab, and design production spaces is a privilege. This Code of Conduct aims to insure a respectful creative and scholarly working environment where participants, inspired , or of need, may work at any hour. Students thus may be surrounded by their colleagues, their drawings, working models , construction assemblies and sub-assemblies, and visual, digital, and published references , furthering exposure to academic discourse and toward inspiring design innovation. It is intended that we are developing a community of professional planners, designers, and construction managers, the centerpiece of which are our studios, labs, and production spaces . Respect for each other by adherence to the regulations in this Code of Conduct will ensure our continued growth and successes in the pursuit of excellence in planning, design and construction. Please read the document carefully.
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Activation : Users of the Human Ecology Building design studios, computer labs, and digital media production and output services agree to this Code of Conduct (COC). The COC must be signed and submitted once per SPDC academic career.
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