Texas Tech University hosts the 1st Annual Ethics Faculty Symposium on GED


\uap>Video links to each panelist's presentation can be seen below: 


\uap>Dr. Dennis Patterson, TTU Department of Political Science: https://youtu.be/O3ZI4nmq6F4

Dr. Andrea McCourt, TTU University Studies: https://youtu.be/M5LQUGclGG0

Dr. Dwight McDonald, TTU School of Law:  https://youtu.be/KEFZcBzTtTc

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, TTU Department of Political Science: https://youtu.be/_Md-lqdlM-g

\uap>Dr. Michael Ryan, Rawls College of Business: https://youtu.be/vnnTmYkgy-4

Dr. Manuel Woersdoerfer, Murdough Center for Engineering Professionalism: https://youtu.be/r_bW1YXjVaI

Mr. Richard Burgess, Murdough Center for Engineering Professionalism: https://youtu.be/EEDIbaWEIME

\uap>For more information on the Texas Tech University Ethics Center, please visit: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/ethics/



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