Testimonials

Such an amazing resource that you all have created! I will definitely incorporate some of these into my class, our leadership and ethics workshops, etc. I will also share them with others. I am amazed by all the work that you have done to make some complex terms understandable to the average student.


Nick Lennon, Ph.D.
Director
Leadership Education and Development
George Mason University

Please keep doing more. You do good things.


Paul Forster, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Business Education
Department of Management
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Brilliant work -- engaging, powerful, polished. Bravo!


Lori K. Holleran Steiker, Ph.D., ACSW
University Distinguished Teaching Professor
Escuela de trabajo social
The University of Texas at Austin

These pithy, memorable videos offer an engaging way to introduce key questions. They bring the concepts alive and make them feel relevant. Students won’t forget these!


Mary C. Gentile, PhD
Creator/Director, Giving Voice To Values
Professor of Practice
Darden School of Business
University of Virginia

Your video series on Jack Abramoff is superb! Well done.


Dennis McGarry
Director of Training & Development
NTCA - The Rural Broadband Association

I'm teaching a values-based MBA leadership course for the first time and I'm so delighted to learn about the resources on Giving Voice to Values. It's a great way to illustrate and illuminate for the students what might appear at first as abstract and inaccessible constructs.


Nceku Nyathi
Senior Lecturer
Graduate School of Business
University of Cape Town

Thank you for such a well-organized review of the ethical dilemmas that leaders of all sorts must face. The Ethics Unwrapped videos and teaching notes seem very thorough and easy to understand. I simply wanted to share that with you and to applaud your efforts in this area. Keep up the good work.


John Yates
MBA '85
The University of Texas at Austin

The series of videos, discussion questions and teaching notes that you have created are fantastic! I've been searching the web trying to find engaging videos that address ethical topics and your work is exactly the type of thing I was hoping to find!


Nick Lennon, Ph.D.
Director
Leadership Education and Development
George Mason University

Thank you for producing the quality videos! We'd like to link to Ethics Unwrapped on our intranet to allow our employees the opportunity to learn from this excellent series.


William Brierly
Chief Counsel for Ethics and Integrity Management
CH2M Hill Companies Ltd.

What an incredible resource! I can see the value in sharing this with my students.


Christopher Adkins, Ph.D.
Executive Director of Undergraduate Programs
Mason School of Business
The College of William & Mary

The videos are short enough to fit into a lecture class format, but meaty enough to spark thoughtful discussion. My students appreciate having the concepts explained by students like them using examples that are familiar.


Kristie Loescher, MPH, DBA
Senior Lecturer
Department of Management
McCombs School of Business

I was deeply impressed. I intend to incorporate the series into the ethics portion of my courses. Thank you for the continuing dedication to high standards of teaching and the production of such tremendous work.


Clayton Trotter, Alumni 1973
Associate Professor
Business Administration
The University of Alaska at Anchorage

Fantastic! One of the best breakdowns of the Fundamental Attribution Error I've seen. Thanks so much.


"Fisticuf"
YouTube viewer

A truly original, stimulating and creative teaching resource. I'll use these videos as a central part of my course teaching business ethics. Thank you.


Dr. Karen Blakeley
Program Leader
Winchester Business School
The University of Winchester, England

I teach Corporate Governance and Ethics in the MS and MBAE level. This will be a wonderful enhancement to the course. Thanks so much for doing this.


Angie McLane Crossin
Lecturer
School of Management
Purdue University

This project is wonderful. So creative. It will be on my short list of "Innovations in Teaching Ethics" during my address in Washington, D.C.


Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Ph.D.
Senior Research Associate
Health Sciences
Simmons College

In It To Win is a powerful reminder that a good person can turn bad.


Undergraduate Student
Survey - Advertising & Public Relations Ethics and Law
The University of Texas at Austin

Concepts Unwrapped encouraged me to compare the concepts to my own life.


Undergraduate Student
Survey - Advertising & Public Relations Ethics and Law
The University of Texas at Austin