We look to companies and the adults who work for them to provide business students with better role models. Everyone takes cues for behavior from those around them. Dishonesty is contagious. We cannot get to a state in which students feel like suckers for doing the right thing.
Two far-reaching programs at the forefront of higher education — Ethics Unwrapped and the Ethics and Leadership Flag — are giving students at The University of Texas at Austin, and people beyond the Forty Acres, the ability to live ethical lives and set the example for others to follow. Professor Robert Prentice, the faculty director of Ethics Unwrapped, put together this quiz to test just how ethical you actually are.Read more
Incorporating ethics lessons into courses across majors helps students practice making tough decisions before they're tested in the working world.Read more
Teachers and students now have new ways to explore ethical lessons, thanks to a video series created by the McCombs School of Business.Read more
"Ethics Unwrapped," a series of free ethics teaching videos, is being launched today by the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. The series is a project of the relatively new Business, Government and Society department at McCombs, formed as part of a renewed commitment to teaching business ethics at the university.Read more