The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) has announced the winners of its 2016 Ethics in Action Student Video Competition on Thursday. Since its inception in 2010, the annual competition seeks out videos on ethical behavior in the business world from undergraduate and graduate students of all disciplines.
This year, 66 videos were submitted from 13 college and universities across the country.
Award categories included: Short Film (2-4 min), Commercial (1 min or less), and Viewer’s Choice, which was voted the favorite by the public.
Winners of the 2016 Ethics in Action Student Video Competition (with links to their videos) include:
Commercial Category – 1 Minute or Less:
- 1st Place: The Motherhood Penalty, Utah State University
- Runner Up: Sly with Supplies, Oklahoma State University
Viewer’s Choice Commercial – 1 Minute or Less:
- 1st Place: Sexism in the Workplace, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Runner Up: Ethics is Simple, University of Georgia
Short Film Category – 2-4 Minutes:
- 1st Place: Time Theft, Marshall University
- Runner Up: The Politically Incorrect Puppets, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Viewer’s Choice Short Film – 2-4 Minutes:
- 1st Place: Ethics Matter at Mizzou - CPT Ethical Dilemma, University of Missouri, Columbia
- Runner Up: The Consequence of Resume Padding, University of Missouri, Columbia
For more on the 2016 Competition, head to NASBA's site here.