Jane Robbins

Jane Robbins teaches and thinks about the messy and complex integration of leadership, ethics, organization, and innovation. Follow on Twitter: @janeerobbins

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November 8, 2012
The internal pressure on grades, and how we behave in response.
November 1, 2012
A very sad way to make the point from yesterday's post.
October 31, 2012
Or does it present a risk to making decisions in the long-term interest of the institution?
October 24, 2012
Analysis and advice on questions and issues of individual ethics and institutional integrity, from Jane Robbins. Do you have a question or comment that you wish to make anonymously? Click here to send it to me.
October 18, 2012
Many of the productive comments to last week’s post  advanced the conversation in the way that is the big benefit of “discursive ethics,” so thank you all. Before moving on to “part two” of the question of faculty-authored textbooks, I’ll briefly mention a few things that the comments made me think about further, and comment on a further question that was raised.
October 10, 2012
Exploring an issue raised in the comments to the first post: the question of faculty-authored textbooks.
October 4, 2012
A new forum for conversation about ethics and integrity in higher education.
June 15, 2010
I’ve been teaching an early summer graduate course in Corporate and Professional Ethics. As in all my courses, one of its goals is to help students make the link between theory and practice -- particularly important in this case because ethics is by definition “applied.”


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