Call for Papers: Grand Canyon University Fall 2013 Honors Symposium on Ethics.
Sponsored by the Eta Chi Chapter, Delta Mu Delta - Ken Blanchard College of Business
All Students, Staff, Faculty and Alumni of Grand Canyon University are invited to submit a paper addressing "Ethics." Specific topics may be drawn from government, business, education, science, or the workplace. Submissions will be considered for recognition and presentation at an Honors Symposium in December 2013, and for publication in the Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies (CJIS).
This symposium is intended to provide a forum for all interested students, staff, faculty and alumni to express their positions regarding the theme of the symposium, Ethics. The topic can be approached from a religious or philosophical perspective or other more discipline-specific perspectives. By way of example, the following are offered as possible topics:
- Is "Marketing Ethics" an Oxymoron?
- Business Law, Ethics and Morality
- Ethical Decision Making: A business framework
- Ethical issues in hiring a workforce
- Ethics and stakeholder priorities
- Ethics in international business
- Ethics in science
- Ethics in teaching
- Ethical decision-making in nursing
The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2013. Papers are subject to peer review. Those selected for presentation at the symposium, as well as others deemed "honorable mention," may be published in the CJIS symposium issue (http://cirt.gcu.edu/research/cjis). Notification to those individuals whose papers are selected for formal presentation at the symposium will be made by November 15, 2013. The symposium will be held at the Ken Blanchard College of Business the week of December 2nd.
- Submissions should be made electronically to Dr. R. Kevin McClean, Professor of Marketing and Moderator, Eta Chi Chapter, Delta Mu Delta. (We request that you alert Dr. McClean of your intention to submit via email as soon as possible, at email@example.com). Questions regarding submission can be directed to Dr. McClean, or to Dr. Moronke Oke, Professor of Management, co-advisor for Delta Mu Delta, and editor of the symposium issue of CJIS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Specific guidelines are available at the Center for Innovation and Research in Teaching (CIRT) website, http://cirt.gcu.edu/research/cjis/submissions
- Length: the paper should be no more than 30-pages (excluding cover, index, exhibits, references, and attachments).
All submissions may be published by Grand Canyon University at its discretion.