Prof. John Stoll (Public and Environmental Affairs) is asking you to make a nomination. He has been a member of the Steering Committee for the “Ethics in Business” award since its founding in 2008. The award is in transition this year, being rebranded as the “Ethics in Action” award. Over the years Prof. Stoll’s students have comprised the research team to evaluate nominees and this has led to the creation of an Ethics Scholarship on our campus. More importantly, the award recognizes ethical actions in the Green Bay region at celebratory event in the late fall. Typical attendance in the past few years has been around 700 persons. This year ethics in action is particularly important as we all confront a new reality in our world. We see individuals STANDING OUT & STANDING UP each and every day! We’ve certainly witnessed many people who have courageously risen to the challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic in so many different and innovative ways. Tell us their story by nominating them for an Ethics in Action Award! Let’s honor them and be inspired by their actions! The nomination form can be completed online at Foundations’ ETHICS IN ACTION page. Nominate someone today! The nomination period is open until May 31, 2020.
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