The McCamish School of Business announced the winners of the Peter Knox Endowment for Ethics Essay Contest.
The late Pete Knox was a loyal trustee and friend of Reinhardt University who began the Knox Foundation in support of ethics education in business and other areas at Reinhardt. His son, the late Boone A. Knox, continued to support Reinhardt.
Victoria Cassidy, a Canton sophomore majoring in Biology, earned first place and a $400 prize from the Knox Endowment for her essay on Gray Wolf Restoration Compromised. Katie Goodrich, a junior accounting major from Cumming, won second place and a $300 prize for her essay on Ethics in Businesses and Universities. Nicolas Duarte, a junior accounting major from Bogota, Colombia, earned third place and a $200 prize for his essay on Ethical Dilemma in Cyber Security Breaches. Sophomore management major Kristen Holder, of Bonaire, earned honorable mention and a $100 prize for her essay on The Affordable Care Act.
Each year, the McCamish School of Business of Business with the support of the Knox Foundation sponsors annual events and activities in addition to the essay contest.