Ph.D., Duquesne University; M.A., DePauw University; B.A., Alfred University.
Executive Director, Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, 1988-Present; Senior Lecturer/Associate Teaching Professor,, Department of Philosophy, 1992-Present and H. J. Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, 1989-Present; Program Advisor, Environmental Policy and Studies Program, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1997-Present. All at Carnegie Mellon University.
Adjunct Faculty, Katz Graduate School of Business, Fall 1991. and
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University
of Pittsburgh, Summers 1988 - 1990.
Lecturer, Assistant Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate
Professor, Chair, Department of Philosophy, Carlow College, Fall
1976 - Spring 1988.
GRANTS AND AWARDS:
2003 ACE/AT&T Award, Technology as a Tool for Internationalization,
awarded to CMU in part for my course "Ethical Judgments in
Professional Life" from the American Coucil on Education and
the AT&T Foundation.
2003 Andrew Heiskell Awards for Technology Enhanced Learning in International Education to CMU in the category of Special Presidential Recognition from the Institute for International Education in part for "Ethical Judgements in Professional Life."
2002 Heinz School nominee for the Leslie A. Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award, National.Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.
2001 Thierry Roundtable Appointee, Thierry Graduate School of Leadership, Brussels, Belgium.
2001 Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society, faculty induction into
1993 Telly Award for Noncommercial Television for "Ethical
Issues in Professional Life."
1990 Emil Limbach Teaching Excellence Award, Heinz School of Public
Policy and Management, CMU
1990 International Business Ethics Case Writing Award, Program in Business Ethics, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University for "The ERCI Episode: Ethics and International Consulting."
2. Funded Projects
The Ethical Decision Making Project (EDM) in Mexico, project funded by ITESM, Monterrey, MX implemented with ITESM engineering and business faculty, 2002, co-director, $28,000.
International Corporate Responsibility, Conference
sponsored by the Carnegie Bosch Institute, June 2002, Pittsburgh,
Award for Innovation in Globalizing Undergraduate Education from
the CMU International Committee.for the design and production of
a course management site for "Ethical Judgments in Professional
Life," $8,372, Fall 1999 and Spring 2000.
Integrating Business and Ethics in Engineering Curricula,
$100,000 National Science Foundation, $100,000 Carnegie Mellon University,
co-principal investigator, Spring 1999--2001.
The Ethical Decision Making Project (EDM), Co-director, private funding provided by CMU alumnus Lowell Steinbrenner, $200,000, Fall 1998--2000.
"Moral Mazes: Explorations in Ethics," $596,000, Annenberg/CPB
1. Lectures, Presentations, Addresses, etc.
Expectations of Performance and the Ethical Outlook of the
Emerging, Young Workforce, panel presentation, I-4 Forum,
Red Siren, CMU, Pittsburgh, October, 2002.
Business Ethics: CIOs and Accountability in the Financial
Reporting Process," invited panel moderator, InformationWeek
Magazine Annual Fall Conference, Tucson, AR, September 2002.
Ethics in Higher Education, invited keynote presentation,
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University
of Pittsburgh, March, 2002.
Teaching with BlackboardBeyond the Basics: Distance
Education and Streaming Video, Office of Technology for Education
seminar, CMU, Pittsburgh, April, 2002.
The EDM and BEE Projects at Carnegie Mellon University,
peer reviewed conference presentation, Society for Ethics Across
the Curriculum, Gainesville, FL, January, 2002.
"Ethics and Policies Regulating Multinational Enterprise,"
peer reviewed conference presentation at the Transatlantic Policy
Consortium Colloquium, University of Pittsburgh, September, 2001.
"How is IT Transforming the Experience of Work?" invited
panel presentation, Institute for the Study of Information Technology
and Society, Heinz School, September, 2001.
Research Ethics, CMU SURG Program, conducted two or
three times annually, 1994 present.
Rotary International, Pittsburgh branch, Annual Ethics Symposium,
various topics, 1993 2000.
Ethics and Diversity, NSF-sponsored REU Program conducted
annually by DSSC at CMU 1993 2000.
Course Logistics I: Web-Based Dissemination, sponsored
by CMU Office of Technology for Education, The Center for Innovation
in Learning and The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence, Pittsburgh,
Professional Ethics, Video Tele-Conference presentation
to ITESM system Monterrey, MX, February and September 2000--present.
2. Managerial Development Seminars
"Business Ethics," PPG, Industries, Inc., Managing Leadership
Seminar (MLS), May 1989 to present.
"Business Ethics," MLS Program, PPG Industries, Inc.,
Europe Operations: Annecy, France, 1991; Bratto, Italy, 1992 and
1998; Namure, Belgium, May 1993; Stratford-on-Avon, England, 1997;
Dusseldorf, Germany, 1999; Brugges, Belgium, 2000; Lyon, France,
2001; Luxembourg, 2002.
"Managing Moral Mazes," and Moral Mazes and Technology,
GSIA Executive Education, Managing Technology Organizations, Carnegie
Mellon University, 1999--2002.
Research Ethics and Its Administration, Office of Learning and Development, Carnegie Mellon University, faculty and staff development, 2001.
"Managing Moral Mazes," Office of Learning and Development, CMU, staff development, 2000.
"Valuing and Managing Diversity," PPG Industries, Duquesne Light Company, Peoples Natural Gas Company, Giant Eagle Corporation, numerous times 1991 through 1999.
"Business Conduct and Ethics," presented various times 1985 to 1991 at national sites for Alcoa; also conducted at Alcoa's International Headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland in1987.
PPG, Industries, Inc., Voluntary Reporting of Violations Policy, research, design and write; managerialethics surveys of US and European operations; rewrite and update of Global Code of Ethics.
City Council of Pittsburgh, South African Divestment, author of three City ordinances.
Abbott Laboratories, Inc., training design and code of conduct
Allied-Signal, Inc. Survey of Ethics Training in Defense Contractor Firms, design and implement
.Duquesne Light, Employee Code of Ethics and Ethics Manual, research, design and write.
Alcoa, Research Survey and Report, "Perception of the Corporate Culture and Managerial Skills at Alcoa."
UNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENT SERVICE:
Heinz School, Master of Public Management Committee, 2001 - present.
Academic Review Board, 2000-present.
University Disciplinary Committee, 2000-present.
Heinz School , Harry Faulk Scholarship Selection Committee, 1997
Heinz School, Committee on Plagiarism, 1999.
Task Force on Academic Integrity, appointed by the Provost, 1997-1999.
University Committee on Computer Privacy, 1993.
International Corporate Social Responsibility, 2002 Conference Proceedings, co-editor, CMU Press,forthcoming in 2003.
Ethical Issues in Professional Life, workbook co-author, multimedia course, Applied Ethics Project 1992.
Essentials of Government Ethics, co-editor, Mentor Press, NAL Penguin, Inc., January, 1992.
Essentials of Business Ethics, co-editor, Mentor Press, NAL Penguin, Inc., May 1990.
2. Educational Media in Applied Ethics
Business Ethics and Law, distance education course, Jones International University, 2002.
Guided Inquiries in Professional Ethics, interactive, web-based educational resources designed for a distance education program, 1999 and 2002, content expert, project director and writer.
"Diversity Dilemmas," 7-part video series on workplace situations, Applied Ethics Project and Ambrose Publications, Inc., 1994, co-producer and writer.
"Ethical Issues in Professional Life," 14-part video distance learning program with text and audiotape, used at over 500 colleges and universities nationally and internationally, Applied Ethics Project, 1992, project director, co-producer and writer.
Peter Singer on Global Ethics, featured review of One World by Peter Singer, forthcoming in Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2004.
"Ethics and Policies Regulating Multinational Enterprise," Proceedings of the Transatlantic Policy Consortium Colloquium, 2001.
"Teaching Business Ethics to Executives," Dictionary of Business Ethics and The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, R. Edward Freeman and Patricia H. Werhane, (Eds.), Basil Blackwell, 1997.
"Higher Education and Environmental Ethics: What Can Professional Schools Do to Save the Planet," in Earth Summit Ethics, edited by Callicott, J. Baird and da Rocha, Fernando J. R., State University of New York Press, 1996.