Monday, October 24, 2011

Blog Post 10: Specific Ethical Question

Ask/address an ethical question in your field of interest.

Develop/address arguments for each side of the issue, then defend your position on the issue.

this activity must include references

each student will then review this beginning on Nov 2.

Evaluation Criteria:

1-4 are evaluated by assigning a strong(S), medium(M) or weak(W)

1. Described field of interest and described question posed.
2. Both sides of argument were presented.
3. Appropriate references were included
4. Defended position is described clearly

5. provide one useful comment

Blog Post 9: Project Title, Issue, and Action Plan

Post your team's project Title, Issue, and Action Plan.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Blog Post 8: Ethical Question

Is it ethical for a physician to accept Wild tickets from a pharmaceutical rep to take her family to the game?

Provide an argument for this based on the current ethical fabric of society and what is accepted in the organizations involved.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Blog Post 7: General Ethics

Post an ethical code/statement for your career field of interest that has been developed by a professional organization in your field.

Post this code/statement for the following countries: USA, India, China, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, and Isreal

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Blog Post 6: Diversity

Talk about what diversity means to you. And explain how valuing and championing diversity will help you in your career.

Post the diversity statements from 5 companies or organizations in your field of interest, comment how they are similar and/or different. How do each of these fit with your own diversity values?

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Post 5: PDP

Post your complete PDP.

Post 4: Carbon Dioxide Paper Evaluation

1. Post your group's presentation.

2. Reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of the criteria established. Where these good criteria, or should there have been different criteria established?

3. Reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of the presentations as a whole. Consider the "yes" and "no" groups as a whole.

4. Reflect on the group management of your group. What went well, what did not?

5. Reflect on the personal "ethic" you felt in your group. Did you believe in your position? Where you arguing against your beliefs?

6. Did the class make the correct decision when considering the broader impacts of the global warming/climate change debate? Why?

7. Explain the statement, "What we do in the US, soon will not matter." Provide evidence to justify this statement.

8. Explain this statement, "What we do as individuals matters." Provide evidence to justify this statement.