Ethical Decision Making Workshop for Technical Students #globalethicsday2016

Why should we care about ethics? Who says what is ethical and what is not? What are fundamental principles of ethics? If you want these questions to be answered, join Liudmyla Berezova, a senior lecturer of the Department of English for Technical and Agrobiological Specialties, for a workshop on “Ethical Decision Making”. This event will provide an outline of the ethical decision making process and explore a range of issues related to the ethical conduct of technical students with the purpose of promoting in them a sense of professionalism and a desire to adhere to the highest ethical standards of professional behaviour.

The event is a part of the third annual Global Ethics Day announced and globally promoted by Carnegie Council.

 

When: Tuesday, 18 October, 15.00 – 16.30

 

Where: room 27, Campus 1, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine


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Comment by Cosmos Nike Nwedu on December 31, 2016 at 5:26pm

I am thrilled to be a member of this great Network of people from different ethical backgrounds. I am most happy because as a new lecturer at Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Nigeria, I will be teaching students 'Ethics and Professional Practice.' I believe the insights I would gain here will be an additive to my knowledge of ethics coming from a broad-based perspective. I wish I had the chance to be here earlier.

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