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Ethics In Action Video Competition Receives Record Number Of Entries (May/June) 2017

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May-June 2017

The 2017 Ethics in Action Student Video Competition was a huge success. This year, a total of 71 video entries were received from 19 college and universities, which surpasses last year’s record of 66 videos from 13 schools.

These videos generated more than 7,000 views and 1,100 viewer’s choice votes from individuals who watched students use their creativity to demonstrate how ethical dilemmas should and should not be handled in business. The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is thrilled with the continued interest and support for these student videos.

The competition is sponsored by the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity, which helped the CPT award more than $4,000 in cash prizes to 10 different teams of winners.

Please see a complete list of competition winners below.

Short Film Category (1-3 Minutes)
First Place:
Betty’s Call, Maryville University
Runner Up:
Wage Gap, Colorado State University

Commercial Category
(1 Minute or Less)

First Place:
Nepotism, Oral Roberts University

Short Film Category (1-3 Minutes)
First Place:
Office Television, Ohio University
Runner Up:
Gas Up, Adams State University

Commercial Category
(1 Minute or Less)

First Place:
Fraud Triangle, University of the
U.S. Virgin Islands

Biased Decisions, Loyola University, New Orleans
Corruption in our Everyday Lives, Oklahoma State University
Questionable Questions, University of Northern Colorado
Theft in the Work Place, University of Northern Colorado

First launched in 2011, the annual competition seeks creative video entries
showcasing examples of ethical behavior in the business world and is open to undergraduateand graduate students attending colleges and universities throughout
the U.S. Visit to learn more.

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