2b Daniels Ethics Initiative Spring 2010-Linda Childears





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Published on Jun 10, 2010

Jan. 19, 2010: The Daniels Fund, a private foundation established by Bill Daniels--the cable television pioneer who funded the formation of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver--awarded $7.5 million in grants as part of its new Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, a partnership with business schools in eight universities: University of Wyoming, Colorado State University, New Mexico State University, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, University of New Mexico, University of Northern Colorado and the University of Utah. The new programs will be based in their respective business schools.

NMSU's College of Business named nine faculty members as Bill Daniels Fellows. The group will advance the teaching of business and organizational ethics to strengthen principle-based ethics education and foster a high standard of ethics in young people.

Bruce Huhmann, Chair of the NMSU College of Business Daniels Ethics Program and associate professor in the Department of Marketing, is coordinating NMSU's role in the project. Bill Daniels Fellows are: David Boje, Grace Ann Rosile and Steve Elias, Department of Management; Jim Nelson and Jennifer Kreie, Department of Accounting and Information Systems; Kelly Tian, Department of Marketing; Greg Roth, Department of Finance; Diane-Michelle Prindeville, Department of Government; and Nancy Hastings, Department of English.

The NMSU College of Business will receive $1.25 million over the next five years to develop the program.

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