The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to announce the establishment of the Handyside Ethical & Social Responsibility Award. The award has been established by Alex Handyside, an active member of the Saint Mary's University Alumni Executive. It will be awarded annually to a deserving Saint Mary's student who exhibits excellence in a paper, case or project for an ethics, marketing, management or business in society course that focuses on ethical and social responsibility.
The recipient of the inaugural Handyside Ethical and Social Responsibility Award is Steve DeBelie, a Master of Business Administration student at the Sobey School of Business. DeBelie was selected by a three-person panel who were impressed by a Code of Ethics that he developed for the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron as part of his Ethical Issues in Business course. The panel of judges includes a member from the non-profit sector, the business community, and a faculty member with expertise in the area of ethics.
Click this link to read the award-winning paper.
Click this link to read the runner-up paper.