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Student News: Fall StudentCPT Highlights (Jan/Feb 2016)

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Ethics Matters

January/February 2016

The Student Center for Public Trust (CPT) programs continued to grow during the fall 2015 semester. Over 800 students took the Ethical Leadership Certification Program, which nearly doubles the number of students who enrolled in the spring of 2015.

After making several updates to the certification program over the summer, the CPT has experienced a significant increase in the number of professors who chose to incorporate the certification program into their course curriculum, to help teach their students about ethical decision-making.

The CPT also placed an emphasis on personal interactions during the fall semester. CPT staff visited 18 StudentCPT chapters, while also visiting five schools that are working to develop new chapters this year.

The CPT proudly hosted chapter kick-off meetings for Creighton University, Georgia Southern University and Vanderbilt University. Saint Louis University also received approval to become the 29th StudentCPT chapter and the CPT is working with chapter leaders to schedule a kickoff meeting in the first quarter of 2016.

To learn more about starting, operating or funding a StudentCPT chapter, please send an email to [email protected].

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