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Group to teach ethics

or students, being involved in organizations can be a key factor for future business knowledge and references. The upcoming Skill Builder, “Ethics in Your Organization” will be held in the Back Room of the University Center at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15.

It will be hosted by Mortar Board, an honor society comprised of college seniors who all have been active in various organizations throughout their time at Northern. Robert Towers, a member of Mortar Board, said the Skill Builder will begin with a brief talk about what ethics are, followed by a small group activity exploring ethics in situations that may arise in one’s organization.

The event will end with a group discussion and Q&A.uc0u711 People attending can expect to expand their knowledge about ethics, participate in a forum to help resolve issues they are currently having and to partake in a case-study activity, Towers said.

“This Skill Builder has a couple advantages going for it,” Towers said.uc0u711 “First, it can serve as an introduction to the issue of ethics in student organizations for people. Second, it can provide a valuable opportunity to discuss and possibly find a resolution to problems you might be having in your organization.u711 Finally, it does count towards the leadership edge for Superior Edge.”

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The Skill Builder is free to attend.uc0u711 Students interested in joining Mortar Board can visit http://myweb.nmu.edu/~mortarbd/index.html or pick an application up from 610 Cohodas. The due date for applications is Monday, Feb. 18.

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