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2016 Winners

Congratulations to the 2016 Ethics in Action Video Competition Winners!

Commercial Category Winners (1 Minute or Less)

1st Place Grand Prize ($800): The Motherhood Penalty
School: Utah State University
Team Members: Christopher Patty, Amelia Blotter, Allyson Lundberg, Benjamin Kiser, Andrea Halling, Sam Blatchford

Runner Up ($400): Sly with Supplies
School: Oklahoma State University
Team Members: Justin Gardner, Christina Vint, Taylor Hill, Allison Meinders, Lara Gardner

Viewer’s Choice 1st Place ($500): Sexism in the Workplace
School: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Team Members: Colbe Earles

Viewer’s Choice Runner Up ($200): Ethics is Simple
School: University of Georgia
Team Members: Mark Cochran

Short Film Category Winners (2-4 Minutes)

1st Place Grand Prize ($1,000): Time Theft
School: Marshall University
Team Member: Hannah Burgess

Runner Up ($500): The Politically Incorrect Puppets
School: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Team Members: Kathleen Redpath, Boone Cornell

Viewer’s Choice 1st Place ($700): Ethics Matter at Mizzou – CPT Ethical Dilemma
School: University of Missouri, Columbia
Team Members: Mary Bartlett, Brooke Camenzind, Austin Schlager

Viewer’s Choice Runner Up ($300): The Consequences of Resume Padding
School: University of Missouri, Columbia
Team Members: Olivia Rivers, Haoshuang Sun, Kevin Stengel, Jennifer Roeger, Isaac Gillen

Congratulations to all of this year’s participants and prize winners. Due to the high quality and volume of video submissions, the video judging process was extremely difficult. The NASBA CPT applauds everyone who created a video and demonstrated why ethical leadership is so important in business.

CLICK HERE to view all of this year’s short film entries.
CLICK HERE to view all of this year’s commercial entries.

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