More Ethics Training in Classroom Will Benefit Workplace Behaviors Later

More Ethics Training in Classroom Will Benefit Workplace Behaviors Later

Cheating at business schools of all sizes is widespread, according to a study a few years ago by the Association to Advance College Schools of Business, which accredits 740 of the world’s best business schools in 50 countries. Since it appears that many students at those accredited schools tend to accept, or at least tolerate, […]

The Conversation That Determined My Views on Gender Equality

I will never forget the first time I had to think – and I mean really think – about gender equality. It was after class during my senior year of high school and I was having a casual conversation with my literature teacher. I always enjoyed listening to her perspective on life and this time […]

Criticism – The Thing We Hate the Most Makes Us the Strongest

I’m not much of a crier, but when a colleague critiqued a draft of my dissertation years ago, I cried like a baby. I was progressing through my dissertation process when I asked a friend to read it over and tell me what he thought. While I was in the market for a nice review […]

The United States Could Use a Therapist General

Lately I have been imagining the creation of a new office in the executive branch: a Therapist General to advise the president and the nation about psychological problems affecting American citizens, groups and institutions. The person assuming this role could issue an annual report about the state of the nation’s mental health, investigate and report […]

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A Bold Move

A bold move by UCF. 30,000 jobs. And billions in economic development. The only project of its kind. Some call it a game changer. We call it a medical city. With research, hospitals and a College of Medicine…we’re transforming and savings lives. I’m Rick Walsh, UCF Class of ’77.