Nine faculty selected as ethics fellows
 

 
Ethics Fellows Meeting
 

 
College of Business, UCCS Communique
Nine new faculty members will serve as Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS Fellows during the 2018-19 academic year.

Nine new faculty members will serve as Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS Fellows during the 2018-19 academic year. The prestigious Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Faculty fellowships are awarded to UCCS faculty who demonstrate excellence in pedagogical activities related to applied business, professional and organizational ethics.

The new fellows are:

  • Bob Cook, instructor, College of Business
  • Amanda Elder, assistant professor, Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth El College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Tracy Killingsworth, instructor, College of Education
  • YongJei Lee, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs
  • Rory Lewis, associate professor, Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • James Ma, associate professor, College of Business
  • Jeffrey Montez de Oca, associate professor, Department of Sociology, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
  • Mary Claire Wahl, senior instructor, nursing, Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth El College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Kay Yoon, associate professor, Department of Communication, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

The ethics fellow program started in 2011 in the College of Business and quickly expanded to other academic colleges across campus. This year, 47 educators on UCCS campus will serve as ethics fellows.

Each fellow is selected based upon their proposal to encourage learning opportunities in ethical thought and decision making to their respective college and area of focus. This extension of principle-based ethics can take the form of developed materials for classrooms, workshops, and other various platforms, according to Tracy Gonzalez-Padron, director, Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS and professor, College of Business.

“We appreciate how an ethics fellow makes a difference to foster a culture ...