How have you acted with integrity?
Ethics are foundational to your education, career and life. Whether you realize it or not, they influence the choices you make. Reflect on how you’ve let ethics guide your choices with the 2023 Daniels Fund Ethics Video Case. The competition is open to all CSU undergraduate and graduate students.
The first-place submission will receive a $1,000 cash prize and the second place receives a $500 cash prize. Up to two runner ups will receive $250 cash.
Using your own experiences, studies, volunteerism or workplace to develop your content, create a video sharing a time when you realized you had a consequential ethical decision to make. How did you use or act with integrity to make the right decision?
Entry requirements and submission details
Video submissions for the Daniels Fund Ethics Case Competition are due before 11:59 pm, Friday, Mar 10. Videos are judged on creativity and technical quality (lighting, sound, editing), message clarity and poignancy.
To participate, your video must:
- Contain only original content or receive written permission to use third-party elements such as background music or artwork
- Be between 1 and 3 minutes long
- Be submitted in a format acceptable for YouTube
To make a submission, you must:
- Fill out the submission form below
- Submit your application before March 10
Submissions can be submitted by one person or a group of individuals, there is no limit on the number of people per video submission. However, the same video cannot be submitted twice by different groups. Winners will be announced Apr 30. Entries become the property of the College of Business and may be reused in other contexts.
Questions regarding the competition should be directed to DFEI Fellows Michael Gross or Theresa Wernimont via email@example.com