Bill Daniels Teaching Business Ethics Workshop

Albuquerque, NM
May 17, 2010

The University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management in conjunction with New Mexico State University hosted the 1st Semi-annual Bill Daniels Teaching Business Ethics Workshop in Santa Fe on Monday, May 17.

More than 70 educators from colleges and universities were in attendance including 7 faculty members from UCCS. The workshop was the first to address how institutions of higher learning can more effectively deal with business ethics education.

The purpose of the workshop was to guide educators from community colleges and four year schools on how to advance their skills in teaching varied business ethics topics. The sessions included:

  • The Challenges of Teaching Business Ethics and How to Overcome Them
  • How to Infuse Business Ethics in Your Curriculum
  • Business Ethics Teaching Resources and Approaches
  • Teaching Business Ethics
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