Sunday, April 02, 2017

Sixth Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference

Sixth Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference (Sponsored by the Wheatley Institution and the Society for Business Ethics)

May 22-26, 2017 at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
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Three Conferences in One Week

Fundamentals of Teaching Business Ethics (May 22-23): Are you new to teaching ethics? Do you want to revitalize your ethics course?  In this two-day workshop you will learn how to teach ethics effectively, and leave with your syllabus, readings, and teaching materials. This course will be taught by award-winning teachers Brad Agle and Aaron Miller, professors of business ethics in the Marriott School of Business at BYU.

Teaching Ethics Research Conference (May 24): Are you interested in new research on the teaching of ethics, or innovative pedagogical techniques to use in your class? Come learn from others for a day.  Program below.

A Master Class in Business Ethics (May 24-26): How do Master Ethics Teachers teach? Join us for two days to see five outstanding ethics faculty members teach one of their favorite class sessions. The conference begins at 4:00 p.m. on May 24th with a mountain hike to a beautiful waterfalls followed by dinner and discussion of the objectives of teaching ethics at a mountain lodge.  On the 25th and 26th we will be able to witness master teachers teach, with completion of the conference at noon on May 26th.  List of Master Ethics Teachers below.


Early Bird Pricing (until April 15, 2017):
Fundamentals Workshop plus Research Conference - $195
Master Class plus Research Conference - $295
All Three Conferences - $425 


2017 Master Ethics Teachers (May 24-26):

Joanne B. Ciulla: Professor of Leadership Ethics in the Department of Management and Global Business, and Academic Director of the Institute of Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School.

David Hart: Associate Professor of Ethics and Public Management, Romney Institute of Public Management, Brigham Young University. 

Daryl Koehn: Managing Director of the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, and Wicklander Chair in Professional Ethics, DePaul University.

Marshall Schminke: BB&T Professor of Business Ethics, University of Central Florida.

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld: Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Programs and Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management, Yale School of Management.

Teaching Ethics Research Conference Program (May 24):

Cara Biasucci, Creator/Director, Ethics Unwrapped, The University of Texas at Austin
Development and Use of Ethics Unwrapped

Johnathan Nelson, Assistant Professor, Morehead State University
Ethical Behavior Action Plans: An Approach for Supporting the Application of Ethics Education
  
James Harrigan, Director of Academic Programs, Strata; Senior Fellow of the Institute of Political Economy, Utah State University
Development of the Ethical Entrepreneurship Curriculum: A Project Funded by the Templeton Foundation
  
Bruce Barry, Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Professor of Management, Vanderbilt University; Editor in Chief, Business Ethics Quarterly
Incorporating the Insights of Moral Psychology into Your Business Ethics Class

Marc-Charles Ingerson, Assistant Professor, San Jose State University
Ethical Leadership Journals: Re-Personalizing Business Ethics Training

Todd Haugh, Assistant Professor, Indiana University and April Sellers, Clinical Associate Professor, Indiana University
Crimson Dilemma Ethics Simulation

Leslie Sekerka, Professor of Management; Director, Ethics in Education Research and Education Center, Menlo College
Cultivating Moral Courage through Balance Experiential Inquiry

Lindsay Thompson, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University
The Development of Moral Resilience 

I look forward to seeing you there.

Brad
Chair, Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference

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Bradley R. Agle, PhD
     George W. Romney Endowed Professor
     Professor of Ethics and Leadership
Romney Institute of Public Management 
Marriott School of Management
     Fellow, Chair of the Ethics Initiative
Wheatley Institution
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602

President-Elect
International Association for Business and Society (IABS)

Chair, Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference
 
Chair, Merit Leadership​

New Books
http://ethicsfieldguide.com (The Business Ethics Field Guide)

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