• November 25, 2020
 Silva Magnet Student Wins UTEP’s Skov Ethics Contest

Silva Magnet Student Wins UTEP’s Skov Ethics Contest

Vivian Chen, a senior at Maxine Silva Health Magnet School, won the Skov Ethics Competition on Business Ethics 2016 organized by The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Business Administration.

Chen’s essay answered the question, “What can businesses do to encourage ethical behavior among employees in the workplace?” Chen received a certificate and $1,000.

Fernanda Wagstaff, Ph.D., associate professor of management and the Robert E. and Jacqueline Skov Professor in Business Ethics, thanked members of her UTEP team, associates from participating high schools, community stakeholders, the contestants and their parents for the success of the competition and the awards ceremony.

The Skov contest started in 2014.

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  • Congratulations to the winners and all of the participants!! Great way to promote Ethics in Business.

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