USC Ethics Competition

THE NEELY CENTER FOR ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND DECISION MAKING

CAMPUS-WIDE STUDENT COMPETITION 2019

Congratulations to all the winners and special thank you to all the students who entered the 2019 Student Ethics Competition!


2019 Student Ethics Competition

Please click the video below to view samples of student competition topics


Sample 2019 Student Competition Videos

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Amanda Liaw , USC School of Cinematic Arts

Amanda Liaw

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Audrey Franklin, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Audrey Franklin

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Claire Conrad, USC Keck School of Medicine

Claire Conrad

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David Schlosberg, USC Gould School of Law

David Schlosberg

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Evan Hess, USC Rossier School of Education

Evan Hess

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Jennifer Li, USC Keck School of Medicine

Jennifer Li

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Katie Hurley and Savannah Guimond, USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Katie Hurley and Savannah Guimond

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Sina Aghaei, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Sina Aghaei

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Robert Wieland, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Robert Wieland

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Rachel Dokko, USC Keck School of Medicine

Rachel Dokko

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Patrick Gelbach, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Patrick Gelbach

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Parth Sharma, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Parth Sharma

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Emily Reed and Meredith Messerle, USC Viterbi School of Engineering and The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

Emily Reed and Meredith Messerle

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Madhuri Jujare, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Madhuri Jujare

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Reynold Henry, USC Keck School of Medicine

Reynold Henry

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November 2, 2019 - Ethic Competition Winners REUNION

To watch recording of the meeting, Please click here.


 

2018 Ethics Competition Winners, meet with participants to give personal insight of their experience and how their participation has been recognized by peers and industry professionals.

Special thanks to Jacqueline Orr, Fiona Sequeira, Kermit Franklin for giving insight on their experience.

Representing:

USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Sina Aghaei

Iordanis Fostiopoulos

Audrey Franklin

Meet Chetan Gadoya

Ayush Garg

Patrick Gelbach

Madhuri Jujare

Sai (Jaya)  Nataraj

Emily Reed

Parth Sharma

Robert Wieland

USC Marshall School of Business

Daphne Armstrong

Iris Kim

USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Savannah Guimond

Holli Howland

Katie Hurley

Sabiny Pierrevil

USC School of Cinematic Arts

Patrick Bender

Amanda (Hwee Sien) Liaw

Kay (Niuyue) Zhang

USC Sol Price School of Public Policy

Kristian Castro

Laura Dominguez

Malaika English

Jacquiline Guillen

Joanne Lepore

Nicholas Sanchez

Natalia Wurst

Keck School of Medicine of USC

Nour Abdel-Azim

Jay Bhatia

Claire Conrad

Rachel Dokko

Peggy Ebner

Reynold Henry

Hadi Kaakour

Jennifer Li

Gabe Padilla

Benjamin Tiano

Tyler Wright

The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

Meredith Messerle

USC Gould School of Law

David Schlosberg

Jeffrey Tevis 

USC Rossier School of Education

Evan Michael Hess

Kenneth Ho


October 10 & 11, 2018 - Students Film 2019 Competition Videos

 


Luncheon, Introduction of Competition, October 5th, 2018

Photo of a classroom meeting

To view the recording of information session, click here.


The Neely Center Student Ethics Competition is open to all USC students. Submissions are invited in all areas of ethics and decision making including, but not limited to:

1. The intersection of technology and society

2. Business ethics

3. Public policy ethics

 

Submissions can be in any form such as a written article, a presentation , or video submissions themes in the past have included:

1. A case study exhibiting a real life decision that involves trade-offs and an ethical dilemma.

2. Reflections on what comprises an ethically sensitive decision culture and the impediments/inducers of ethical behavior.

3. Fairness and equity issues with ethical implications.

4. Unanticipated ethical considerations revolving around the future of technology.

 

A distinguished panel of judges from USC and industry will evaluate the submissions and select the finalist and the winners. Finalist will present in our annual Ethics Conference, Ethics: Where Do We Stand, March 29th, 2019.

The conference will include several world-renowned speakers from industry and academia.

 

Important dates

 

September 30th, 2018—Intent to participate. Please email to decide@usc.edu with your intent to participate, so we may forward you follow up emails about USC resources to help you with the submissions. Intent to participate should include a title and a brief abstract/description of the proposed work.

 

December 15th, 2018—Initial draft—So we may offer feedback from experts on your submission

 

February 15th, 2019—Second draft

 

March 1, 2019—Final submission

 

April 26th, 2019—Announcement of winners and presentations at the Neely Center Annual Ethics Conference 2019

 

USC Ethics Competition, accepting submissions, in all areas of ethics and decision making. 

Please email your intention to enter, to decide@usc.edu


 

To view 2018 competition, click here