Two Lamar Community College employees were nominated to serve as 2019-20 Ethics Champions with The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS.
The ethics champions represent two- and four-year colleges from the Southern Colorado Education Consortium and work to expand principled-based ethics education throughout their campus and regional community. Each ethics champion works collaboratively with the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS to share resources and initiatives with educators throughout southern Colorado.
“We are so pleased to be part of this important initiative,” said Dr. Lujan, president of Lamar Community College. “In today’s world it’s critically important to engage students in ethics education. I greatly appreciate Mittie and Pat’s commitment to ensuring this happens in and out of the classroom at LCC.”
Director of Student Life Patrick K. Christensen and business faculty Mittie Helm were nominated to serve from LCC as Ethics Champions, alongside 14 faculty and staff members from other regional colleges. The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative welcomed the group at a reception and dinner August 16 at the Ent Center for the Arts.
For more information about the 2019-20 ethics champions, go to www.uccs.edu/businessethics.
About The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative: The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS is a resource for principle-based ethics education, serving students, educators, and business community. The UCCS College of Business is one of eight original participating schools in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program that now includes ten participating business schools and one law school. The initiative is funded by a grant from the Daniels Fund, Denver. For more information, visit www.uccs.edu/businessethics/.