February 25, 2008

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Leslie King, Editorial Assistant

Carol Clark, Staff Writer

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Vocabulary of values forms bond
Ask people what image immediately comes to mind when they hear the word “ethics” and you’ll get rather disparate responses. “Conduct,” “diversity,” “bull,” “politics,” “doing the right thing.”

But before the response often comes a long pause. Thinking about ethics can put you on another plane all together. How do you talk about ethics without sounding self-righteous at one extreme, or implying that something needs to be “fixed” at the other? Or when, as a community, as an organization, you self-identify as being “ethically engaged?”
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