Testimonials

This innovative collection of teaching resources and ethics videos has been instrumental in the development and implementation of the Ethics and Leadership Flag across the entire campus, and it continues to be a valuable resource for ethics education across the country.


Brent Iverson
Dean, School of Undergraduate Studies
The University of Texas at Austin


We really enjoy using Ethics Unwrapped for training… It’s a fun and easy way to raise awareness and drive home important messages about compliance and ethics.


Amanda Bossert
Advisor, Global Compliance & Ethics
ConocoPhillips Company


I appreciate how it doesn’t seem like just a 10-minute lecture. It’s creative and easy to follow when the concept isn’t necessarily simple.


Undergraduate Student
The University of Texas at Austin


Thank you for creating such good materials!


Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D.
Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership
Stern School of Business
New York University

 

 


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


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


I just saw the news article on the big grant for Ethics Unwrapped. Congratulations! I know it will provide invaluable benefits for ethics, McCombs, and UT. I’m glad the Teagle Foundation and Provost’s office realized the value of the video series.


Chris Pavlich
Undergraduate student – Finance/Honors Program
McCombs School of Business
The University of Texas at Austin


I’m teaching a values-based MBA leadership course for the first time and am 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


The Ethicsunwrapped website is really neat! I spend time discussing ethics in my leadership workshops for nonprofit executives. I think I’ll use a video or two, and point them to the website. I love the graphics too.


Meeta Kothare, Ph.D.
President & CEO, Neeva Solutions LLC
Adjunct Professor
The University of Texas at Austin


Thank you for sharing! This will make more interesting bedtime reading than a lot of other documents.


Deborah Wessner
LinkedIn comment


I plan to teach a segment on behavioral legal ethics as part of my professional responsibility course this spring and will be relying heavily on your work.


Tigran W Eldred
Associate Professor of Law
New England Law Boston


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


An innovative resource in ethics education cleverly done through a series of videos.


Maximpact
Twitter Comment


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


I will definitely be able to use clips in class. I admire Mary G. very much for her work. Thank you for sharing the excellent video resources.


Sharon Lobel, Ph.D.
Professor of Management
Albers School of Business & Economics
Seattle University


I’ve already added a few of your videos to my PPT slide show for legal environment. It was super hard to pick just two!


John Norwood
Professor and Nolan Williams Lecturer
Sam M. Walton College of Business
University of Arkansas


I teach behavioral ethics in my ethics class, and I have found these materials to be very useful. Thank you for developing Ethics Unwrapped and making it available online.


Justin Blount
Assistant Professor
Business Communication and Legal Studies
Stephen F. Austin State University


Thank you for your contributions and keep up the great work.


Steven Greenblatt
Director
Downstate Medical Center
State University of New York


Thank you for sharing this valuable resource :)


Tanji Gibson
Business Librarian
Robert W. Woodruff Library
Atlanta University Center


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


I know these have been out for a while, but I viewed several of them for the first time today. They’re great.


Nim Razook
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
Professor of Legal Studies and Chair in Energy Management
University of Oklahoma


We have an international MBA and international MPA degree as well as courses that focus on ethics in international policy and trade. Our students and faculty will be very interested.


Ann Flower
Assistant Director
William Tell Coleman Library
Monterey Institute of International Studies


Just wanted to thank you for tackling this project about Jack Abramoff and creating Ethics Unwrapped. We are proud that the McCombs School of Business supported this and encouraged you to take this to such a high level.


Janet Bates, Alumna
(in memory of Garth C. Bates, Jr., Alumnus)
The University of Texas at Austin


I really enjoy the content and the commentators in the Ethics Unwrapped videos, and thought this would be beneficial to share with our staff members.


Lindsay Verbene
Senior Manager
Compliance Operations
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center


I’ve been using the video to study for my test. I feel very confident in my knowledge of the self serving bias.


“dykeman116”
YouTube viewer


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


“Fisticuf”
YouTube viewer


Excellent summary on Conflict of Interest.


Rhonda O’Neil
YouTube viewer


Amazing website, especially your Jack Abramoff story!


Burkhard Wolf Wilmes
Student
The University of Texas at Austin


Love your videos. They are giving me some great ideas to use in my Legal Environment class.


Robert J. Aalberts, J.D., M.A.
Lied Professor
Legal Studies
University of Nevada


I really enjoyed watching all three of your series online. Thank you so much for sharing your work on ethics.


Diana Crawley
CPTP Trainer
Office of Human Resource Management
Louisiana State University


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


Effective in a brief concise format.


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


Thank you! This does, indeed, sound like a present.


Cynthia Ingols
Senior Lecturer
Center for Gender in Organizations
Simmons College


Very straightforward and interesting.


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


Entertaining & interesting!


Undergraduate student
Survey – Advertising & Public Relations Ethics and Law
The University of Texas at Austin


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


In It To Win is spot on!


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


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.


Tricia Keith Spiegel
Senior Research Associate
Health Sciences
Simmons College


I really relate to the students in the films.


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


I’m teaching Business Ethics and will use the videos as part of my class.


Ron Gambassi
Adjunct Faculty
College of Business and Economics
Boise State University


Informative without being too long.


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


Easy to see how the mistakes could be made.


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


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


Concepts Unwrapped are entertaining.


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


In It To Win is really well done!


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


Great GVV introduction. I like the idea of “pre-scripting” our ethical responses. Thanks for your good work on this video!


Scott Wyatt
Author
Facebook comment


I think Concepts Unwrapped videos are awesome!


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


The videos provide an excellent progression and holistic approach to ethics.


Anthony Sweet
Claims Supervisor
Pennsylvania School Boards Association


Jack Abramoff was a great subject.


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


I love that these videos are being made easily available. Terrific!


Christopher Bauer
CEO
Bauer Ethics Seminars


In It To Win: The Jack Abramoff Story is a great film!


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


Aesthetically the Concepts Unwrapped are great!


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


Well though out and very educational.


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


It sounds like a compelling program for teaching business ethics, so we’re glad to share it.


BizEd Magazine


Thumbs Up for Ethics Unwrapped!


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


Wow! Hands-down, they are the best ethics educational videos I’ve ever seen. I will certainly be using these going forward.


Joshua E. Perry, J.D., M.T.S.
Assistant Professor of Business Law & Ethics
Kelley School of Business
Indiana University


Very helpful, very practical. We plan to use this in our Senior Project class.


Dr. Bob Frank
Chair & Associate Professor
Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Berry College in Rome, Georgia


I really enjoyed In It To Win. It was very relevant and up-to-date on current events in society. Overall, Ethics Unwrapped is super interesting to watch.


Jennifer Howton
Undergraduate Student
The University of Texas at Austin
Facebook comment


The videos are excellent tools for our undergraduate population. Easy to apply to various research environments.


Marianne Evola, Ph.D.
Office of the Vice President for Research
Texas Tech University


What a wonderful resource! We’d love to have a copy of the DVDs for our library.


Heidi Beke-Harrigan, MLS
Assistant Librarian
Walsh University Library
Walsh University, Ohio


I’m the ethics and compliance education and awareness manager, and I really like these videos. May we link to them from our internal site? [The answer is YES!]


Tina Wyder
Ethics and Compliance Education and Awareness Manager
Accenture


I’ll be teaching ethics at the undergraduate level for the first time, and suspect I will be relying heavily on the materials you developed. They will be a great help. Thank you very much.


Michael Domjan, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Psychology
The University of Texas at Austin


I particularly appreciate the focus on behavioral and motivational factors. Thanks for this.


Chris MacDonald, Ph.D.
Director, Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Education & Research Program
Tod Rogers School of Management
Ryerson University


Awesome job! I commend your efforts for making ethical issues and situations realistic and understandable.


Pam Smith
KPMG Professor
Department of Accountancy
Northern Illinois University


These [videos] are TERRIFIC! I’m going to use this A LOT. Thanks so much for this wonderful contribution to ethics!


Tim Fort
Professor of Business Law & Ethics
Kelley School of Business
Indiana University


We love what you have done with this video series! Thank you so much for your time and the effort that went into these productions!


Caroline Mills
Program Coordinator
Research Integrity Office
University of Louisville