Natoli Ethics Fund
The Natoli Ethics Funds will be been used to support the following activities over the next 3 years:
- Two annual awards of excellence for an ethics assignment/essay one each for undergraduate and for postgraduate students
- Funding for ethics projects & activities by clubs and societies in the Business School in which events support the development of ethical awareness particularly business ethics
- Support for student participation in conferences relating to ethics in business professions
- Scholarships for ethics internships in business or organisations like St James Ethics Centre
For more information on the Natoli Ethics Fund and how to apply for funding for ethics related student events and activities contact Sarah Fletcher, BPEG Student and External Relations Convenor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Ethics Essay Prize
The Business & Professional Ethic Group in conjunction with the Natoli Ethics Fund is pleased to announce the commencement of the Essay Prize.
The winners of the 2012 Essay Prize are:
Category 1: Undergraduate Students
1st David Monti
2nd Sumita Theagesan
Category 2: Postgraduate Students
1st Dominik Keller
2nd Lauren Scott-Logan
2013 Student Ethics Essay Prize
The requirements for the essay prize and submission portal are available through the Student Ethics Essay Prize webpage.