Getting Involved

From signing the Honor Code to attending special events, there are a number of ways for students to promote integrity and ethical behavior.

Integrity Advocates

2019 Integrity Advocates: Left to right: Front row: Madison Flanders, Francesco Liciaga, Frank Guerra, Paulina Aguilar. Back row: left to right: Sam Schmitt, Tyler Farr, Juan Urdaneta, Christian Centenera and Natalie Sanchez

Smeal’s Integrity Advocates create and support initiatives for their peers, which are designed to increase awareness of Smeal’s commitment to Honor & Integrity and the importance of responsible business activity. Students selected to serve as Integrity Advocates are provided a unique opportunity to develop their own leadership skills, through such key activities as running the PSU 6 Business Ethics Case Competition and collaborating with the Chamber for Business and Industry - Centre County (CBICC) to recognize a local business with an Ethical Business Award.