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Ethics in Action

Ethnically diverse students sitting together in the Gertrude Kistler Memorial Library

Ethics in Action

Blue circle with a person holding the scales of justiceHuman beings are faced with ethical dilemmas all the time, whether large or small, and the decisions we make have the potential to influence a lot of people in very significant ways. Unfortunately, coming to the right decision is often difficult. One of the top skills employers desire is the ability to make ethical decisions. Ethics in Action gives students the skills needed to engage in ethical reasoning, which leads to creative, moral decisions. Courses in ethics along with the interesting, thought-provoking speakers and activities sponsored by Rosemont’s Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility not only help students improve themselves, but also give them the confidence to stand up when something goes wrong and be a true leader.