The Chipotle Ethics workshop offers free Chipotle, while providing an engaging discussion on ethics, morals, leadership every Monday at noon in Mabee Library.
The Center for Student Success offers workshops to provide students with the opportunity to learn and improve on skills to succeed. One set of these, started by James Barraclough, director of student success, offers more than tips.
The workshop starts a discussion on the tough topics to discuss – including what is right and wrong in regard to being a college student. Dilemmas faced by the student population are different from the problems adults and other non-student young adults face. The idea is that this tough topic will be easier to stomach if it is paired with food therapy.
The Center is the department responsible for academic advising, academic testing, the First Year Experience, the Tutoring and Writing Center, the “Think 30 to finish in four” campaign, and a variety of success workshops. All are aimed at providing students with tools to use in order to find the most success during their time at Washburn. These opportunities are available to every student, just like the other services offered on campus.
The workshop, titled “Chipotle Ethics,” is a weekly meeting that entices visitors with free Chipotle. The topics covered in the seminars range from skills to be successful, to ethical and moral dilemmas faced in everyday life. The workshop will be lead by David Carter, Doctorate Professor, and will discuss issues and topics that relate to young leaders at the university level.
It will provide tools for students that can help them make the most of their time at Washburn, while finishing up as quickly as possible so they can move on to a job or a higher-level degree.
Chipotle Ethics is only open to 20 students per session, so plan accordingly. It will take place Mondays at noon. Students may view the complete schedule for the Student Success Center online here and the Chipotle Ethics sign-up page online here.