TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana State University is gearing up to release hundreds of students into the business world.
But they want to do so with a strong background on ethics.
The 13th annual Ethics Conference took place Monday morning. It's put on by a group of students at the Scott School of Business.
Breakout sessions, speakers and a keynote luncheon. It was a time to discuss how ethics can affect your professional and everyday life.
“If you wouldn't want it done to you...if you wouldn't want to do it yourself than if it doesn't feel right that gut feeling that's where you can make that determination of if it's ethical or not..." explained Rebecca Wray.
ISU's next class of graduates enters the business world in mid-May.
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