"You have choices — use them to implement your values."
"Virtuousness will serve as a fixed point when we need fixed points to navigate by."
"We tend to answer one way.
In ethical dilemmas, it is helpful to at least see why one might answer the other way."
The Wheatley Institution at Brigham Young University and the Society for Business Ethics invite you to attend the fourth Teaching Ethics at Universities conference (dates to be announced). The conference is hosted by the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Expert instructors from Harvard, Yale, University of Virginia, Northwestern, Santa Clara, and BYU will be teaching various elements of their ethics courses. Registration is currently unavailable.
Kim Cameron, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, considers the importance of teaching ethics as a fixed point in a global society of constant change, and addresses the complexities of offering students relevant classroom experience in the context of so much change. Dr. Cameron also explores integrating ethical choices into established organizations, and measuring results of virtuous living.
In the keynote of the 2010 conference, Tom Donaldson, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, provides a wide-ranging discussion of the basic philosophical frameworks for teaching and discussing business ethics.