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Evaluating Culture for Ethics

Our Culture Assessment Practice recommends approaches to evaluating culture for ethics within companies and other types of organizations. The materials are primarily for members of an organization’s leadership team, including human resources and legal, but designed to engage a cross-section of leaders from various disciplines.

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Ethical Perspectives

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Disinformation, Democracy, and New Levers of Power

Through their policies, the major digital platforms are adding to the power of the already powerful.

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Coronavirus: What We Learned from SARS

SARS taught us to be transparent and fair. What must we learn from Wuhan?

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Impeachment Brings New Ethical Dilemmas to Our Leaders, and to Voting Public

The impeachment process requires tremendous responsibility from our leadership, including several ethical dilemmas.

    Teaching Note: Interview of Theranos Whistleblower, Tyler Shultz

    This teaching module for business ethics, leadership and management courses includes two videos, homework assignments, and class discussion, all designed to spark conversation about ethical issues associated with whistleblowers and corporate governance.

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    Go AllIn for Ethics March 4th!

    Thank you for supporting the Ethics Center on SCU Giving Day 2020.

    Ethics Center Featured in Tech Magazine "Protocol"

    Premier issue features interviews with Center staff and seed founder Mike Markkula.

    "Campaign Ethics" and Author Callaghan Honored

    The late Hana Callaghan was honored at an SCU Library reception in January.

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      Ethicists Were Hired to Save Tech’s Soul. Will Anyone Let Them?

      The Ethics Center is featured in Protocol.

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      To Live Long, Or To Prosper?

      Brian Patrick Green, director of Technology Ethics, quoted in Forbes.

      Brian Patrick Green speaks on a panel about the implications of AI for ethics and religion
      Artificial Intelligence: Implications for Ethics and Religion

      Brian Patrick Green speaks at a conference at Union Theological Seminary (UTS) in New York.