Co-Director of Strategic Alliances, Bachelor of Innovation Degree, College of Business
2012-2013 & 2013-2014 Ethics Projects
Dr. Stiles created a project that actively engaged students in building an ethical framework of philanthropic decision-making. Students completed a 6-month philanthropic team experience resulting in a working knowledge of the role ethics plays in the identification, analysis, and funding of a philanthropic initiative; a working knowledge of the philanthropic funding experience; and two mentoring relationships with successful philanthropists. Ethical projects/education reached 404 students taking Introduction to Entrepreneurship (ENTP100), Entrepreneurship and Strategy ENTP4500), Innovation Team: Analyze and Report (INOV2010), Innovation Team: Research and Execute (INOV3010), and Innovation Team: Design and Lead (INOV4010) in the 2014-2015 academic year.
Planned, developed, and implemented an ethics education integrated plan for the Bachelor of Innovation core curriculum. Year two is the testing of the plan, year three for implementation faculty wide within the BI.
Developed an Ethics in Entrepreneurship 100 speaker series - panels of business speakers on ethics.
Convened four student focus groups to discuss development of curriculum ethics core. Feedback resulted in the addition of online gaming into the content.
Related Work in:
August 2014 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:
Venture Philanthropists in Education: Friend or Foe?