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The Vincentian business ethics conference will be hosted by Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland, with the theme, "New Frontiers in Business Ethics."
The annual business ethics conference attracts leading academics from all over the world to examine, discuss and develop the role of business ethics and sustainability in economic, political, corporate and social life today.
Team 1: Saurin Shah (Graduate Student) and Damini Settappa Ranganatha (Graduate Student)
Team 2: Alaina Schmidt (Freshman) and Fiker Yonathan Shimels (Sophomore)
This competition is open to all DePaul undergraduate and graduate students, in all disciplines, and no prior business ethics knowledge or DECA experience is required.
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The annual symposium was held June 2, 2022, and featured presentations by 2021-22 Wicklander Fellows Patty Gerstenblith, College of Law, and Heather Quinn, College of Design. Professor Gerstenblith discussed the acquisition and publication of archaeological artifacts, and Professor Quinn discussed speculative design's place in the future of the metaverse.
The Wicklander Fellowship is awarded annually to full-time DePaul faculty who demonstrate an interest in applied or professional ethics as these topics relate to their particular field of research.
This faculty workshop was held in April, with a change in format to expand the case-writing session. EAC explores trending ethics topics that faculty in all disciplines may wish to integrate into course curricula. Workshops are held in the spring and feature experts leading discussions and activities, and offering a small honorarium to each attendee.
Participants created a common language manual for ethics education for faculty. Click here to download the manual
Chris Marquis, who serves as the SC Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University, discussed his book, "Better Business: How the B Corp Movement Is Remaking Capitalism," during a virtual event. This event was co-hosted by IBPE and B Academics.
The virtual webinar included presentations by Denis Demblowski, legal analyst and attorney, Bloomberg Law; Candice Kline, partner, Saul, Ewing, Arnstein and Lehr LLP; Daryl Koehn, Wicklander Chair in Business Ethics and managing director, Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, DePaul University. View the full webinar
IBPE partnered with the Center for Public Interest Law at DePaul's College of Law, to host a forum on issues around cannabis reform and how policy may impact the community, particularly the minority community, through the expungement process, and open avenues for entry into the now legalized cannabis economy.
Guest speakers included Illinois Majority Deputy Leader Rep. Jehan Gordon-Booth; Illinois State's Attorney Kim Foxx; and Esther Franco-Payne, executive director of the Cabrini Green Legal Aid Clinic. Courtney Kelledes, attorney at Rights and Restoration Law Group, served as moderator.
IBE has partnered with the Union League Club of Chicago’s Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to host a lecture that focused on important business ethics topics. The 2020 lecture topic included "Elections, Privacy and Analytics."
IBE has partnered with the Union League Club of Chicago’s Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to host a lecture that focused on important business ethics topics. The 2019 lecture topic included "Heartificial Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines."
IBPE discussed the ethical implications of the future of artificial intelligence and automation technology as we navigate the changes that lie ahead. The panel included experts in AI, robotic manufacturing, and community outreach.
Daryl Koehn, Wicklander Chair in Professional Ethics, led a short talk on the ethical issues surrounding 3D printing, make-it-yourself physical spaces, entrepreneurship and more. The event was held at DePaul's Maker Hub where attendees viewed a 3D printing demo and took a tour of the Hub.
IBE has partnered with the Union League Club of Chicago’s Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to host a lecture that focused on important business ethics topics. The 2017 lecture topics included:
IBPE's expertise has been featured in a variety of media outlets.
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