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The Michael Smith Regional Ethics Case Competition Goes Virtual

Even a pandemic could not stop eight collegiate teams from competing – virtually – in this year’s Michael Smith Regional Case Competition, hosted by the PCSB Ethics in Business Program. The case used in the competition was a timely one, examining contact tracing and a technological solution to managing the coronavirus pandemic’s spread. 

In addition to the case competition, the Ethics in Business Program offered a “Teaching Business Ethics – Best Practices” workshop to facilitate professional development in this area. Faculty from schools across the country, and even from Mexico, joined to hear Dr. Mary Gentile (from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business), PC business professor Dr. Patrick Kelly, PC philosophy professor Dr. Timothy Mahoney, and others speak on the topic. 

Read more, about the competition, including who won, and the workshop here

Photo of the winners of the 2020 Michael Smith Regional Ethics Case Competition