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On March 1, Robert Prentice presented a paper on teaching behavioral ethics using Ethics Unwrapped videos at the Association for Professional and Practical Ethics (APPE) annual meeting in Jacksonville, FL.

Cara Biasucci, film maker for EthicsUnwrapped, the BGS free ethics video series, has posted three new videos with content provided by Dr. Minette Drumwright--Moral Myopia, Moral Muteness, and Moral Imagination.

In March, the BGS “Ethics Unwrapped” video series won two CASE awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education in the Electronic Communication Web and New Media category. “Ethical Fading” won a Silver CASE Award, and “Role Morality” won a Bronze CASE Award. These short videos combine animation, live action, and a touch of humor to educate students about concepts in behavioral ethics. Both winning videos were written and narrated by Robert Prentice.

In May, the BGS Ethics Unwrapped video series won two silver Telly Awards, one for the documentary In It To Win: The Jack Abramoff Story, and another for the animated short Ethical Fading. The 33rd Annual Telly Awards received more than 12,000 entries from around the world. It honors the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web videos, and outstanding television programs. We are honored to receive the award - twice!

In May, Robert Prentice was invited to present the BGS Ethics Unwrapped video series to senior ethics and compliance officers from Fortune 500 at the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association in San Diego, California. Professor Prentice’s presentation on behavioral ethics was enthusiastically received, and many companies expressed interest in using Ethics Unwrapped videos to educate their managers and employees about ethics and ethical decision-making.