Jen DeNeal, Associate Director, has been appointed to the Staff Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, which will provide consistent opportunities for staff to be involved in the decision-making process by meeting, collaborating with, and advising the University’s leadership team.
Carolina Ethics Line: 866-294-8688
Carolina Ethics Line is a secure method through which to submit an anonymous report either online or by telephone. All reports submitted through Carolina Ethics Line will be given careful attention by appropriate UNC-Chapel Hill offices and officials. Anyone filing a report via Carolina Ethics Line should retain the report key and password and return to the website within 10 working days to check for comments or follow-up questions.
Despite the long history and popularity of Greek life both at UNC and across the country, many students are calling for the abolition of Greek life in its entirety due to exclusion, sexual assault, and community safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, giving rise to the “Abolish Greek Life” movement.
In 2014, the Carnegie Council created Global Ethics Day as an opportunity to explore ethics in an increasingly globalized world. This year, Global Ethics Day is officially October 21, but the Office of Ethics and Policy will be celebrating all throughout the month of October!
The research challenges readers to rethink the ethical complexities of working during a pandemic and how it is creating positive and negative consequences by using social workers’ perspectives.
Dr. Kim Strom, Director of the Office of Ethics and Policy, along with other researchers from the International Federation of Social Workers, recently published a report titled Ethical Challenges for Social Workers During COVID-19: A Global Perspective.