Content with Disciplines : Ethics

Sudent-produced videos used for discussion and demonstration

The purpose of the service learning project is to create student-produced video taped vignettes of middle school students confronting peer pressure situation in which they need to make tough choices. The coordinator, Michael Walsh, is the drama and video production teacher who has attended a service learning in-service hosted by CESA 2. The videos would be used to spark discussion in classrooms throughout Stoughton. Students also will participate by creating videos demonstrating bike and pedestrian safety. The students will plan, perform and shoot the video as well as post-production editing.

Individual & Community

Individual & Community Seminar IC 101.07 honors Professor Joni Doherty Phone: X1025 (Home: 924 0206, please do not call after 9 p.m. unless it is an emergency!) Email: doherq@fpc.edu Office: Edgewood 005B Office hours: Mondays, 1:30 to 2:30 pm; Tuesdays, 10:00 to 12:00 noon; or by appointment Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:40 to 2:55 Location: CR205 Peer Advisor: Melissa Taylor Phone: 2961 Email: taylorm@fpc.edu Course Description The questions raised by the relationship between the individual and the community form the connective theme of the general education program at Franklin Pierce College. As the first step in the sequence of our…

Managing Corporate Ethics

MERRIMACK COLLEGE Francis E. Girard School of Business and International Commerce Management 360A – Managing Corporate Ethics Instructor: Dr. Gina Vega Tel (978) 837 5000 x 4338 Home (978) 521 7601 Office: O’Reilly 402 (hours are posted and by appointment) email: gvega@merrimack.edu Required Text: Johnson, Craig E. Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 2001. Please keep current on business/social/ethics/public policy issues by reading a newspaper such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times or The Boston Globe and a business magazine such as Fortune on a regular basis. Additional…

Social and Ethical Issues in Business

College of Business Administration Meets: T 4:00-6:40 pm, BA 342 Schedule Number: 22315 Instructor: Assoc. Professor Craig P. Dunn, Ph.D. Office: SS 3105 Office Hours: 3:00-4:00 pm T and by appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION: Ethics of various issues in business, including social responsibility, environmental protection, privacy, individual rights, occupational safety and health, product liability, equality of opportunity, and the morality of capitalism. What is the corporation? Do corporations–and more particularly the managers who represent them–have any responsibilities beyond seeking to maximize shareholder wealth? Is the term “business ethics” an oxymoron? What is the source of moral truth? These and other related…