It is our distinct pleasure to announce the recipients of our David Eccles School of Business Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Leadership in Ethics Education Awards for 2016-2017.
These colleagues were chosen on behalf of our faculty for their successful efforts to create new ethics-related courses, to integrate new business ethics content into existing courses, to mentor students on ethics initiatives, and to help make business ethics a permanent fabric of our business school and other University of Utah academic programs and curricula.
The following individuals are recognized as receiving this year’s Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Leadership in Ethics Education Awards:
- Marci Butterfield — Accounting
- Jennifer Cummings — Management
- Bob Goldberg — Humanities
- Sara Hart — Nursing
- Joseph Horton — MHA
- Harris Sondak — Management
- Cindy Stark — Philosophy
- Katherine Supiano —Nursing
Each educator will receive a monetary award and each will receive a plaque and medallion at the 2018 David Eccles School of Business awards ceremony. The monetary part of the award reflects the breadth and depth of the contribution to ethics education.
We thank these colleagues for providing wonderful opportunities to students and other education seekers to learn, discuss, debate, compete and grow personally and professionally in many ways.
In addition, the following colleagues are being recognized for their immense and selfless contributions to the Eccles School’s Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative efforts:
- Brant Adams — Business Facilities
- Jonathan Exton — Accounting
- Ashley Hill — Business Facilities
- Kristal May — Executive Education
- Teresa Nelson — Office of the Dean
- Jonathon Nichols —Executive Education
- Travis Sellers — IT Department
As was the case this past year, faculty and staff are invited to find ways to integrate business ethics into the life of our school. We will call for nominations for 2017-18 this summer.
We extend our congratulations and much appreciation to these 15 individuals.