We invited Dr. Steven Mintz to discuss the faux-controversy surrounding Critical Race Theory. Mintz leaned into the subject with solid and thoughtful commentary.
Steven Mintz tackles the Critical Race Theory hoopla
Known as “The Ethics Sage” to many with a reputation as an expert in ethics, Dr. Steven Mintz is a Professor Emeritus from Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo. He received the Accounting Exemplar Award from the Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association in 2015. His blog, Ethics Sage, was recognized as number 49 out of 100 top philosophy blogs and one of the top 30 blogs on Corporate Social Responsibility. Steven shares insights into business ethics through his Workplace Ethics Advice blog and special take on ethics in colleges and universities in a new blog, Higher Ed Ethics Watch, that begins next month.
Dr. Steven Mintz, author of Beyond Happiness and Meaning: Transforming Your Life Through Ethical Behavior, has frequently commented on ethical issues in society and business ethics. Market Inspector, a UK firm, ranked his Workplace Ethics Advice blog No. 3 on their top 30 list of blogs on corporate social responsibility. FeedSpot ranked his blog No. 38 of the top 100 blogs on philosophy and ethics. Dr. Mintz spent almost 40 years of his life in academia and has served as an expert witness on ethics matters. He has held positions as a chair in Accounting at San Francisco State University and Texas State University. He was the Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration at Cal State University, San Bernardino. He recently retired as a Professor Emeritus from Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo
Listen to the entire interview. It is well worth it.
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