Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative 2012 Consortium Competition

Published by the Daniels Fund Channel

The Ethics Initiative is a partnership with eight business schools in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah ad Wyoming which seeks to strengthen the teaching of principle-based ethics to foster a high standard of ethics in students and, ultimately, beyond the campus and into the community. More details are available here: http://www.danielsfund.org/Grants/Ethics-Initiative.asp

Published on Jun 23, 2014 by the Daniels Fund Channel.
Hank Brown Keynote Address

Published on June 20, 2014 by the Daniels Fund Channel.
Highlights from the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative 2012 Consortium Case Competition.



NMSU students win state’s first business ethics competition

NMSU Ethics Case Competition team members competed in Denver, CO

NMSU students win state’s first business ethics competition, Spring 2012. Left to right: Daniel Cueto, Kelsey Campbell, Max Haake, AJ Molina, Isra Gadri, and Matthew Ogaz; Jeb Dickey, fellow Aggie and Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer at the Daniels Fund; and Dr. Bruce Huhmann, NMSU Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Chair. (Submitted photo)

NMSU students win state’s first business ethics competition, Spring 2012. Left to right: Daniel Cueto, Kelsey Campbell, Max Haake, AJ Molina, Isra Gadri, and Matthew Ogaz; Jeb Dickey, fellow Aggie and Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer at the Daniels Fund; and Dr. Bruce Huhmann, NMSU Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Chair. (Submitted photo)

Business ethics competition, Spring 2012. Left to right: Daniel Cueto, Isra Gadri, AJ Molina, Matthew Ogaz, Dr. Bruce Huhmann, Kelsey Campbell, and Max Haake. (Submitted photo)

Business ethics competition, Spring 2012. Left to right: Daniel Cueto, Isra Gadri, AJ Molina, Matthew Ogaz, Dr. Bruce Huhmann, Kelsey Campbell, and Max Haake. (Submitted photo)


NMSU Ethics Case Competition team members in Socorro, NM: March 30, 2012

NMSU won first place at the inaugural New Mexico Ethics Competition in March. Front row left to right are team members Ricardo Trejo, Chloe Kuntz-Philips, Emily McGowan, Malcolm Winston; team mentor, Bruce Huhmann; judge, JoLou Trujillo-Ottino, president of Mediaworks; and Doug Brown, dean of UNM’s Anderson School of Management. Back row left to right are judges John A. Carey, president of the New Mexico Society of CPAs; Linda Parker, CEO of Retirement Strategies; Loren Kuehne, executive secretary of the Rotary Club of Las Cruces; and Mike Lowrimore, senior vice president and New Mexico regional manager for Bank of the West. (Provided photo)

NMSU won first place at the inaugural New Mexico Ethics Competition in March. Front row left to right are team members Ricardo Trejo, Chloe Kuntz-Philips, Emily McGowan, Malcolm Winston; team mentor, Bruce Huhmann; judge, JoLou Trujillo-Ottino, president of Mediaworks; and Doug Brown, dean of UNM’s Anderson School of Management. Back row left to right are judges John A. Carey, president of the New Mexico Society of CPAs; Linda Parker, CEO of Retirement Strategies; Loren Kuehne, executive secretary of the Rotary Club of Las Cruces; and Mike Lowrimore, senior vice president and New Mexico regional manager for Bank of the West. (Provided photo)


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