California State University, Bakersfield will be hosting its Fourth Annual Ethics Awareness Week, Monday, October 8 through Thursday, October 11, 2012. This will be a week-long event of various presentations and ethical discussions open to all CSUB students, faculty, and staff.
We kick-off the week with Keynote Speaker Ms. Colleen McGauley, Executive Director of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the first recipient of the Kegley Institute of Ethics, Community Service Award. The week continues with topics such as Religion, Ethics, and Human Sexuality, a panel presentation by CSUB faculty and students; followed by a presentation on Spirituality and Justice in the Thought of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Dr. Stephen Campagna-Pinto; Ethics in Teaching Education organized by Dr. Penny Swenson; and What is your Ethical Responsibility if you “See Something to Say Something” A Discussion on Human Trafficking. We conclude the week by supporting the National Coming Out Day Celebration organized by members of the CSUB Safe Zone Program and the Gay/Lesbian/Straight Student Network (GLSSN).
Light refreshments will be served at each Ethics Awareness Week presentation. CSUB students will have an opportunity to WIN great prizes by attending the events.
Ethics Awareness Week is organized by the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, and is sponsored by the Vice President for Student Affairs Office and Instructionally Related Activities (IRA). Co-sponsors include the Institute for Religion, Education, and Public Policy; the Kegley Institute of Ethics; the Safe Zone Program; and the Gay/Lesbian/Straight Student Network (GLSSN).
For additional information, contact the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities at (661) 654-2680.
Kegley Institute of Ethics
Safe Zone Program