The REcord Video Contest has now ended. Check out the winners and the other entries...
1st Place: Justin Todd
2nd Place: Jeremy Asplund
3rd Place: Danielle Williams
The Civility Campaign Committee at the University of Memphis, and the Division of
Student Affairs are sponsoring a student video contest on “Respect: Civility at the
University of Memphis” during the 2011 fall semester.
All videos submitted for the contest will be reviewed by a panel of University of
Memphis faculty, students, and staff. The top three entries will be selected and
featured as part of the campaign’s web page, and will include the following prizes:
First Place: $300.00 in Dining Credit
Second Place: $200.00 in Dining Credit
Third Place: $100.00 in Dining Credit
Why does civility matter?
The University of Memphis Civility Pledge exemplifies the qualities that every Memphis
Tiger should strive to possess. It states:
Because I am a Memphis Tiger, I commit to pursuing excellence in my academics, professional,
and personal life.
Because I am a Memphis Tiger, I uphold high ethical standards. I conduct myself with
dignity and respect on campus, in social media, and in the global community.
Because I am a Memphis Tiger, I hold myself and others accountable to setting a higher
standard of excellence. I challenge all to take responsibility of their behaviors,
attitudes, and actions.
I believe in integrity. I believe in respect. I believe in civility, because I am
a University of Memphis Tiger.
So, as a Memphis Tiger, why does civility matter? Express in video what civility
means to you and to the world around you.