RE: Ethical Companies (no flame wars, please)

Subject: RE: Ethical Companies (no flame wars, please)
From: greg -dot- hamill -at- teradyne -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 08:52:12 -0500



A very interesting article in the paper today...
A group of Canadian college students took the art of cheating to its
logical conclusion by plagarizing an essay on ethics, embarrassed academics
said yesterday. The associate dean of Ottawa's Carleton University said he
would be dealing with 31 students who have been caught submitting essays
cribbed from the Internet. "We're disappointed this has happened in the
course on ethics," he told CBC television, noting that those involved could
be suspended or even expelled.

If they start early, what chance do they have for maintining their ethical
standards in the work environment?
Greg



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