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Academic Integrity Council
The Academic Integrity Council (AIC) is an advisory body created to advise Student Conduct and Accountability (SCA) about the best use of resources in promoting academic integrity and to give various people at the University of Alberta who have an interest in and/or responsibility for promoting academic integrity a place to meet and to potentially share resources or develop joint projects. The AIC is also a place for members to discuss emerging issues and brainstorm ways to address current and foreseeable challenges related to academic integrity.
ACCESS Committee and Youth Council
The ACCESS Committee aims to achieve the goals of ACCESS Open Minds, as well as
- improve youth engagement in mental wellness and community supports;
- provide early access to resiliency-based resources through online and in-person initiatives; and
- to provide a range of appropriate interventions.
Facilitated by the U of A Community Social Work Team, the ACCESS Youth Council is a student-led committee works closely with the ACCESS Committee to support a youth-centric focus.
Coalition for Action on High Risk Drinking
The Coalition for Action on High Risk Drinking (CAHRD) is a group of University and other representatives who, in some way, interact with students who may be engaging in high risk drinking behaviours. This can result in a number of problems for students, including health problems, academic difficulty, disciplinary action and addiction, among others. The members of CAHRD seek to help students make responsible choices around their drinking by providing resources and information.