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Statue of Lady Justice - blindfolded woman holding up scales in her left hand while her right hand holds a sword pointed at the ground. My Colleague’s Keeper

May 31, 2023

Amid the calls for accountability and enforceable ethical standards for U.S. Supreme Court justices, many observers wonder at the silence of bystanders.

Hands of robot and human touching on big data network connection background The Ethics of College Students Using ChatGPT

April 17, 2023

As AI technology continues to advance, educators are increasingly looking for ways to incorporate it into their classrooms. One AI tool that has gained attention in recent years is ChatGPT. While ChatGPT has potential as an educational tool, its use raises important ethical considerations.

Closeup of a workplace retaliation complaint form. Retaliation

March 1, 2023

Conversations about retaliation are part of the daily life here in the Ethics and Policy Office. Through the policy lens, retaliation risks and protections arise in many University policies.

Picture of a group of green apples. One apple has spoiled and has contaminated the apples closest to it. Ethics and Apples

January 31, 2023

How can organizations resist “one bad apple” spoiling the bunch?

Los Angeles skyline with the Griffith Observatory in the foreground Big Lessons from Bad City

August 31, 2022

There is so much misconduct chronicled in Bad City that the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal ends up being a mere footnote.