OC Hosts Ethics Week
On the heels of a national recession, OC’s School of Business Administration hosted Ethics Week to highlight the importance of high ethical standards.
The fourth-annual J.J. Millican Ethics Symposium highlighted the weeklong event. The symposium, with the theme of “Why What’s Right is Not Enough and Why The Good is Also Required,” featured Dr. Lee Camp as the keynote speaker.
Camp is an author and a professor of theology and ethics at Lipscomb University.
Ethics Week also featured visits by OC alumnus Ray Vaughn (70), former state representative and current county commissioner; business owner Janet LaPanne; and OC alumnus Steve Shoemaker (00), marketing director for Ideal Homes.
“This year’s focus on ethics was expanded to the entire week so we could offer students more opportunities to examine the role of ethics in their lives,” said Elaine Kelly, associate professor of accounting and holder of the J.J. Millican chair. “We are grateful and excited that these speakers offered to share their perspectives with us.”
The ethics symposium is made possible by the J.J. Millican Endowment and the OC Accounting Club at Oklahoma Christian.
View more stories from the Spring 2011 issue of Vision magazine.