TTU Ethics Center
Ethics Center Events
The International Conference on
Hispanic Crime Fiction (CILDE)
Call for Papers
The character of this international conference
is determined by the theme of Crime Fiction
and is open to different and innovative trends
and approaches to such theme. We would like
to recommend that those students wishing to
participate, send us a copy of their presentation
along with an abstract of such presentation.
Contact: Rodrigo Pereyra (email@example.com)
Abstract deadline: August 5, 2020
The Community Foundation of West Texas has a research scholarship available for student attending Texas Tech University. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2019. For more information please click on the link below.
*Please note that applications must be submitted online. Paper applications will NOT be accepted.
Lubbock Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Memorial Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established by the former Lubbock Chapter of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists. This scholarship is intended for students pursuing a PhD in the natural sciences. These include: Agriculture (scientific research areas); Arts and Sciences: Geologic Sciences, Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Environmental Toxicology (scientific research areas); Engineering (scientific research areas); and Human Sciences: Nutrition (scientific research areas).
Deadline to apply: April 1
2019 Award amount: $4,000.00 ($2,000 each semester)
The 5th Annual Global Ethics Day
The 2018 TTU Ethics Center in partnership with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in Internal Affairs celebrated the Fifth Annual Global Ethics Day "Ethics In Action". The event was held on on Wednesday, October 17th at the TTU School of Law, Lanier Auditorium.
Ms. Thi Kim Xuan Nguyen, Senior Ethics Officer, United Nations
- Ambassador Nestor Mendez, Assistant Secretary General, Organization of American States
- Nadia Flores-Yeffal, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University, Department of Sociology
- Daniel J. Epstein, Course Developer, Texas Tech University, Department of Political Science
Let's Get Social
The TTU Ethics Center Blog Series on Ethics
"I think they do need to understand that for businesses to really thrive, they have to be going in the right direction. And going in the right direction, in my opinion, means being ethical."
Click the link below for the interview with Sandra Ryan, Instructor, on Ethics in Management.
A New York Times Article article written by Hai T. Nguyen, Research Associate, TTU Ethics Center