As businesses, schools, families and individuals transition from shelter-in-place to the new normal, critical questions must be considered and addressed before our economy can be revived. Ethics Center staff have compiled the following resources; including video interviews with business and non-profit leaders, panel discussions, and actionable tools; all designed to help us move forward.
*Replay* Media and the Pandemic: When False Information Can Kill You: False and distorted narratives can take hold with grave implications for the public. Moderated by Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Director of Catholic and Religious Ethics David DeCosse, joined by panelists Eric Deggans, NPR TV Critic, Media Analyst for MSNBC/NBC News; Kate Starbird, Associate Professor Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering at University of Washington, and Anita Varma Assistant Director Journalism & Media Ethics, Social Sector Ethics Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
*Replay* When Should Business Re-Open? Ethics, Health, and Getting America Back to Work: A LinkedIn LIVE virtual panel event. Ethics Center Senior Director of Leadership Ethics Ann Skeet, Bloom Energy COO Susan Brennan and Pizza My Heart CEO Chuck Hammers discuss the ethical challenges of getting back to work in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video Series: Essential Ethics: Perspectives from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Moving Forward, Social Sector, and COVID-19
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation: Anita Varma, assistant director Journalism & Media Ethics and Social Sector Ethics, speaks with Jennifer Radics-Johnson, executive director of the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation.
Moving Forward, Small Business, and COVID-19
Great Clips: Ethics Center Director of Journalism Ethics Subramaniam Vincent interviews Ray Solnik, owner of the Great Clips hair salon franchise. Discussion topics include juggling multiple stakeholders, and making regular communications a priority.
Little Sky Bakery: Ethics Center Director of Journalism Ethics Subramaniam Vincent interviews Little Sky Bakery business owner Tian Mayimin, who discusses two priorities during the time of COVID19. First and foremost is following public health advisories.
5 (Subtle) Types of Misinformation in Media Coverage of Coronavirus by Anita Varma, assistant director of Journalism & Media Ethics and Social Sector Ethics
Back to School: Rethinking Education After the Pandemic by Kathy Almazol, former elementary school teacher and administrator, and member of the Board of Directors of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, and Patty Tennant, retired principal of Saint Francis High School.
Gen Z: Government Ethics During This Time of Pandemic by Mariana Perera ’20, Fullbright Scholar and Hackworth Fellow with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.
“Nothing About Us Without Us”: An Ethical Approach to Easing Coronavirus Restrictions by Anita Varma, assistant director of Journalism & Media Ethics and Social Sector Ethics
On the Ethics of Returning to Work—or Remaining There by Irina Raicu, director of Internet Ethics.
Safety, Risk, and Re-Opening a Business after Covid-19: Five Tips from Engineering Ethics by David E. DeCosse, director of Religious and Catholic Ethics and Campus Ethics Programs
*NEW* The Other Pandemic: Covid-19 is a Mental Health Emergency by Ann Mongoven, associate director of Health Care Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus Outbreak and its Ethical Dilemmas. Perspectives and resources by Ethics Center staff and scholars