Graduating with Honor: Best Practices to Promote Ethics Development in College Students
A comprehensive summary of best practices in ethics development on campus, providing a variety of practical ways to promote formation of ethics and character among college students and young adults.
• Provides best practices on how university students can develop ethical decision-making skills and explains how the college environment can be an excellent place to nurture the development of an ethical imperative in young adults
• Presents an effective and practical model for personal ethical decision-making that encourages individuals of any age to be thoughtful, intentional, and more likely to maintain one's moral integrity, best interests, and personal sense of honor
• Documents how a thoughtful approach to the formation of ethics and character during college can impact significant social issues, such as sexual assaults, problematic drinking, cheating on tests, and discrimination, both on-campus and in the general population
Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics | Ethics and Political Philosophy | Higher Education | Social Justice
Plante, Thomas G. and Plante, Lori G., "Graduating with Honor: Best Practices to Promote Ethics Development in College Students" (2016). Faculty Book Gallery. 213.