Conference Schedule

8:30- 9:00 Registration [EBH56]

9: 00- 9:15 Welcome [EBH55]

Tom Stritikus, President, Fort Lewis College

9:20-10:10

Teaching Ethics [EBH55]
Session Chair: Ivan G. Guardiola

  • Decolonizing Pedagogy of Ethics
    Mabel Sanchez, Management, New Mexico State University & Carma Claw, Business Administration, Fort Lewis College
  • Teaching Civility and Respect - Not the Law: Trends in Employment and Business Law Training
    David Pirrone, Human Resources, Fort Lewis College

Dealing with Bias [EBH61]
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • Uncovering Unconscious Bias
    Richard Gore, Accounting, Fort Lewis College
  • The Role of Political Bias in the Classroom
    Ruth Alminas, Political Science, Fort Lewis College

10:20-11:10 [Coffee & Tea in EBH56]

Teaching Ethics [EBH55]
Session Chair: Ivan G. Guardiola

  • Keeping Up with the Times: Ethics Pedagogy and the “Millennial” Generation
    William Merchant, Becky De Oliveira, David O. Agboola, Applied Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado
  • Forensic Students in “Moral Dilemmas” Class
    Tuomas W. Manninen, Humanities, Arts & Cultural Studies, Arizona State University

Ethics in the Context of Competition and Power [EBH61]
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • Teaching Ethical Decision-Making in a Competitive Culture
    Deanna Bartee, Business, Adams State University
  • Teaching Power Dynamics with an Ethical Lens: Tips and Tools to Engage Students in Innovative Thought Processes
    Elizabeth A. Cartier, Business Administration, Fort Lewis College

11:20-12:10

Teaching Ethics [EBH55] 
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • Interactive and Reinforcing Ethics Learning Through Peer-Coaching Activity: Academic and Professional Experiments
    Yu-Feng L. Lee, Economics, Applied Statistics, and International Business, New Mexico State University
  • Using Travel Programs to Teach Applied Ethics Courses
    Neil A. Manson, Philosophy, The University of Mississippi

Ethics and Disabilities [EBH61]
Session Chair: Ivan G. Guardiola

  • Ethics and Disability Services in Higher Education
    Sarah Malin, Disability Services, Fort Lewis College
  • Students with Disabilities: How to Ethically Respect Educational Rights
    Jill N. Choate, Teacher Education, Fort Lewis College

12:10-1:10   Lunch [EBH130]

1:10-2:00

Teaching Business Ethics [EBH55]
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • Experiential Model for Teaching Ethics in Business Schools
    André Almeida, Philosophy, Fundação Dom Cabral, Brazil
  • A Decision Procedure for Ethical Dilemmas in Business Ethics Case Studies
    Daniel Doviak, Philosophy, Muhlenberg College

Ethics in Sports [EBH61]
Session Chair: Ruth Alminas

  • Equal Status Competition for Paralympic and Olympic Athletes
    Gwang-Yon Hwang, Health Sciences, Fort Lewis College
  • Mutual Respect and Kindness as Motivator in Youth Sport
    Susumu Iwasaki, Health Sciences, Fort Lewis College

2:10-3:00     [Coffee & Tea in EBH56]

Teaching Business Ethics [EBH55]
Session Chair: Ruth Alminas

  • Using a Game to Teach Ethical Business Practices: Design Overview and Participant Survey Results
    Patrick Radigan, Management, Colorado State University, Pueblo
  • College Student Perceptions of Academic and Business Ethical Misconduct
    Tracy Gonzalez-Padron, Business Administration, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Ethics in the Teaching of Writing [EBH61]
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • The Ethics of Editing and Proofreading Graduate Writing: An Uneasy Ethical Stance
    Becky De Oliveira & Maria Lahman, Applied Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado
  • How to Give Proper Credit to the Original Work in Computer Engineering on Platforms
    Yiyan Li, Physics and Engineering, Fort Lewis College

3:10-4:00     [Coffee & Tea in EBH56]

Teaching Ethics [EBH55]
Session Chair: Ruth Alminas

  • Becoming Ethical: Guiding Novices Through the Development of an Ethics Stance
    Maria Lahman & Becky De Oliveira, Applied Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado
  • Data Manipulation and Fabrication: Unethical Administrative Practices in Higher Education
    Kaori Takano, Business Administration, Fort Lewis College

Ethics of Data [EBH61]
Session Chair: Dugald Owen

  • The Ethical Presentation of Scientific Data – A Novel Pedagogical Approach
    Callie A. Cole, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Fort Lewis College
  • The New Business Outsourcing Strategy: Moral Responsibilities
    Ivan G. Guardiola, Business Administration, Fort Lewis College

The 2019 Teaching of Ethics Conference is funded by Dr. Jesse Peters, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Fort Lewis College, and the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. The program chairs express their appreciation for this generous support.

Program Chairs

  • Dugald Owen, Philosophy, Fort Lewis College
  • Kaori Takano, Business Administration, Fort Lewis College

Program Assistants

  • Hanaka Ariyoshi, The University of Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
  • Ayaka Sonoda, The University of Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan

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