Networks Financial Institute 2014 Ethics Conference

The Ripple Effect

Online registration is now closed but registrations on entry are welcomed.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

In the Press


Coming to the Best Conclusions Through Deliberate Decision-Making

March 27, 2014

Two decision-making processes - intuitive and analytical - were demonstrated by William Wilhelm of Indiana State University's Scott College of Business, Wednesday during the college's ninth annual Ethics Conference.

William Wilhelm

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Panel Examines Ethics of Concussions in Contact Athletics

March 26, 2014

It's still OK to encourage youth to get involved in football and other contact sports where concussions occur, a group of panelists participating in a student-led discussion at Indiana State University determined. At the same time, the panelists at the Tuesday evening event concluded it is essential to teach players proper techniques in order to minimize the dangers of concussions.

Panelists Mike Sanford, Indiana State's head football coach; Kendall Walker, an Indiana State linebacker who suffered a severe concussion last season; Chris Barrett, Terre Haute North Vigo High School head football coach and parent of a player; and Dr. Thomas E. Klootwyk, an orthopedic surgeon for the Indianapolis Colts-Methodist Sports Medicine Team.>> Read More <<

 

Ethics Week Continues Today

March 25, 2014

Today (Tuesday) a diverse panel will discuss the level of risk, due to concussions, in contact sports such as football. This event will be community wide bringing in parents, coaches, and football players from around the Wabash Valley. It will be hosted in Dede II and Dede III at 6 p.m. To wrap up Ethics week, the Ethics Conference will take place on Wednesday, March 26. We have gathered fourteen different speakers to discuss controversial topics in today's society. Check-In for the conference will begin at 11 a.m.>> Read More <<

 

Networks Professional Development Program Today

March 24, 2014

The Networks Professional Development Program is hosting the 9th Annual Ethics Conference. As in years past, Ethics week is packed with scholarly events and highly regarded speakers.

Monday, March 24 is with the Ethics Bowl. Going on its fourth year, this debate tournament allows students to express their opinions on current ethical situations. The event is held in Holmstedt Hall room 102 at 7 p.m.

Tuesday, March 25, a diverse panel will discuss the level of risk, due to concussions, in contact sports such as football. This event will be community wide bringing in parents, coaches, and football players from around the Wabash Valley. It will be hosted in Dede II and Dede III at 6 p.m.

To wrap up Ethics week, the Ethics Conference will take place on Wednesday, March 26. We have gathered fourteen different speakers to discuss controversial topics in today's society. Check-In for the conference will begin at 11 a.m.>> Read More <<

 

Junior Class Adds New Elements to Indiana State Ethics Conference

March 7, 2014

Rebranded and renamed, the 9th Annual Ethics Conference at Indiana State University is set for March 26. The conference, which is themed "The Ripple Effect," will feature three keynote speakers, beginning at 11:45 a.m., March 26, with Mark Sifferlen, first vice president of ethics and compliance at Cummins Inc. Sifferlen also serves as the corporate secretary, looking at corporate governance and compliance with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the New York Stock Exchange.>> Read More <<