Congratulations to Hassan Ali, this year’s recipient of the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation student scholarship. Hassan is a student in the B.S/M.B.A program in Accounting at the Saunders College of Business. His essay impressed the judges with its thoughtful analysis of personal ethics dilemmas he has faced in the work environment. More information on the scholarship can be found at the RABEF website. You can also see past Saunders winners there as well.
Congratulations to Saunders College of Business student Tamara Osipov for being this year’s recipient of the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation Scholarship. As part of her application, she wrote a thoughtful essay on ethics. More information on the scholarship can be found at the RABEF website. You can also see past Saunders winners there as well.
The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) announces the launch its Fourth Annual Ethics in Action Student Video Competition, sponsored by the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity!
This exciting student video competition focuses on ethics and accountability in the business world. With the prevalence of ethical dilemmas of recent years – LIBOR, the Madoff scandal and Wall Street’s impact on the economic crisis – the CPT realized an opportunity to influence future leaders by educating today’s students on ethics, accountability and integrity through this exciting competition.
The competition is open to all U.S. college students, and seeks entries from students of all majors. Categories include 3-5 minute (Short Film), and 30 second PSA (Public Service Announcement). Cash prizes range from $250 to $1,000.
Interested students are encouraged to visit: www.studentcpt.org/videocompetition to register their team and learn more about the contest. Team registration is due by March 1, 2013. Video submission deadline is April 1, 2013. Winners will be announced April 15, 2013.
For more information, or to have promotional materials sent to your campus, contact:
Amy Walters, CPT Manager of Programs
Congratulations to the winners of the 2nd Annual xtranormal ethics contest.
First Place goes to:
Inappropriate Sign Language by James Flakes, Veronica Raco, Maxwell Shea
THE WINNING TEAM: James Flakes, Veronica Raco, Maxwell Shea
Second place went to: Dilemma Dilemma by Sanchit Khera
The judges all agreed that this was a tough call since all the entries were strong this year! Please see all of our entries – and vote on your favorite here.
On October 17, 2011, the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business is launching a video contest for college students from around the globe. The Building an Ethical World Video Contest: Create, Share, Inspire encourages students to share their visions for improving the world.
The purpose of the contest is to:
- Discover the ethical issues today’s college students find most compelling and deserving of attention.
- Provide a public forum for teams of one to six students to share their vision for building a more ethical world.
- Registration opens October 17, 2011 and final submissions are due by April 16, 2012.
Join for the chance to win one of the following prizes:
- First prize winner receives US$3,000;
- Second place winner receives US$2,000;
- Third place winner receives US$1,000.
HP and DoSomething.org urge you to do something to protect the environment and fight climate change. Green your school this spring and win great prizes while at it. How you ask?
- Find your school and register to get involved and see who else is participating.
- Email a challenge to get your friends and classmates to join. Click here to send an e-mail to 10 friends.
- Browse for ideas to get started.
- Report back anyone from your school can submit projects between February 1 and April 1.
Celebrity and expert judges will check out your school’s projects for a chance to win cool prizes. To get more info go to: http://www.dosomething.org/green-your-school?xid=front-green-your-school
In two weeks, students from 25 leading business schools from around the world will compete next month for recognition and $40,000 in prize money by exploring the significant and positive influence that business can have on society. YOU CAN BE PART OF THIS EXCITING CONTEST!!!!
Finalists will be flown to NYC, meeting corporate and philanthropic leaders and be eligible for the
$20000 first prize
$10,000 second price
$5,000 third prize
ALL finalists get at least $1500
Teams get the case 9:00 on Friday, March 25th.
Student teams respond to the case by 9:00 am on the morning of Monday, March 28th.
The top five student teams nationally will be notified and transportation arrangements will be made for them to attend the final round of the case competition, scheduled for Friday, April 15th, in New York City.
Teams must be made of four students, at least 3 of which are MBA students. There can be one EMBA or MS in a related discipline. If you want to participate, but don’t have a team – email Professor Rothenberg at email@example.com
For more information – go to www.AspenCaseCompetition.org
Register at- http://bit.ly/gkuLn3 to participate.