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2015-2016 Ethics Competition Winners Announced

Feb 02, 2016
105 universities participated in the competition.
Winners were identified from the top three master’s teams and the top three doctoral teams, with one honorable mention in each academic level. Members of the winning team will be recognized at the National Awards Ceremony on April 2 at the ACA 2016 Conference & Expo (March 31–April 3) in Montréal, Canada. The Department of Ethics and Professional Standards, along with the ACA Ethics Committee, would like to thank the universities that participated in the 2015-2016 ACA Graduate Student Ethics Competition.

MASTER’S LEVEL WINNERS

First place: Northeastern Illinois University
Faculty Adviser: Shedeh Tavakoli
Student #1: Leslie Contos
Student #2: David Jarosz
Student #3: Megha Patel
Student #4: Rohini Sunder Raj

Second place: College of William and Mary
Faculty Adviser: Eleni Honderich
Student #1: Isaiah Day
Student #2: Ashley Hazelgrove
Student #3: Megan Johnson
Student #4: Janet C. Brantley

Third place: Neumann University
Faculty Adviser: Suzanne Mayer
Student #1: Elizabeth Barr
Student #2: Stephanie Fortunato
Student #3: Laura Strubeck

Honorable mention: Eastern Mennonite University
Faculty Adviser: Nate Koser
Student #1: Lisa Reo
Student #2: Rebecca Wright
Student #3: Tija Krneta
Student #4: Michael McAndrew

DOCTORAL LEVEL WINNERS

First place: College of William and Mary
Faculty Adviser: Eleni Honderich
Student #1: Brian Kooyman
Student #2: Becky Sheffield
Student #3: Clay Martin
Student #4: Keosha Branch

Second place: University of Cincinnati
Faculty Adviser: Mei Tang
Student #1: Meredith Montgomery
Student #2: Mitchell Jones
Student #3: Victoria Baah-Biney
Student #4: Elif Emir

Third place: University of New Orleans
Faculty Adviser: Barbara Herlihy
Student #1: Jeff Strozier
Student #2: Alexis Yankowski
Student #3: Anita Pool
Student #4: Melissa Walker

Honorable mention: Texas A&M University—Commerce
Faculty Adviser: Erika Schmit
Student #1: Denise Walker
Student #2: Siobhan Flowers
Student #3: Melissa McCarthy
Student #4: Shannon Moseley

Click here for more information about the 2015-2016 Ethics Competition.
 

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    2015-2016 Ethics Competition Winners Announced

    by User Not Found | Feb 02, 2016
    105 universities participated in the competition.
    Winners were identified from the top three master’s teams and the top three doctoral teams, with one honorable mention in each academic level. Members of the winning team will be recognized at the National Awards Ceremony on April 2 at the ACA 2016 Conference & Expo (March 31–April 3) in Montréal, Canada. The Department of Ethics and Professional Standards, along with the ACA Ethics Committee, would like to thank the universities that participated in the 2015-2016 ACA Graduate Student Ethics Competition.

    MASTER’S LEVEL WINNERS

    First place: Northeastern Illinois University
    Faculty Adviser: Shedeh Tavakoli
    Student #1: Leslie Contos
    Student #2: David Jarosz
    Student #3: Megha Patel
    Student #4: Rohini Sunder Raj

    Second place: College of William and Mary
    Faculty Adviser: Eleni Honderich
    Student #1: Isaiah Day
    Student #2: Ashley Hazelgrove
    Student #3: Megan Johnson
    Student #4: Janet C. Brantley

    Third place: Neumann University
    Faculty Adviser: Suzanne Mayer
    Student #1: Elizabeth Barr
    Student #2: Stephanie Fortunato
    Student #3: Laura Strubeck

    Honorable mention: Eastern Mennonite University
    Faculty Adviser: Nate Koser
    Student #1: Lisa Reo
    Student #2: Rebecca Wright
    Student #3: Tija Krneta
    Student #4: Michael McAndrew

    DOCTORAL LEVEL WINNERS

    First place: College of William and Mary
    Faculty Adviser: Eleni Honderich
    Student #1: Brian Kooyman
    Student #2: Becky Sheffield
    Student #3: Clay Martin
    Student #4: Keosha Branch

    Second place: University of Cincinnati
    Faculty Adviser: Mei Tang
    Student #1: Meredith Montgomery
    Student #2: Mitchell Jones
    Student #3: Victoria Baah-Biney
    Student #4: Elif Emir

    Third place: University of New Orleans
    Faculty Adviser: Barbara Herlihy
    Student #1: Jeff Strozier
    Student #2: Alexis Yankowski
    Student #3: Anita Pool
    Student #4: Melissa Walker

    Honorable mention: Texas A&M University—Commerce
    Faculty Adviser: Erika Schmit
    Student #1: Denise Walker
    Student #2: Siobhan Flowers
    Student #3: Melissa McCarthy
    Student #4: Shannon Moseley

    Click here for more information about the 2015-2016 Ethics Competition.