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Working Draft of the USMA Class of 1970's 2009 Annual National Conference on Ethics in America

Working Draft of the USMA Class of 1970's 2009 Annual National Conference on Ethics in America

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  • -Highlights: Dr Marella has been involved with many of the NCEA Conferences. His book “In Search of Ethics” is the foundational book for the conference. He is also serving as a mentor for the Faculty group.
  • Senior Leaders are recruited mostly by AOG and usually have an association with AOG in some manner. Highlight LTG(R) Blackwell and LTG(R) Moellering Highlight the inclusion of Athletic Coaches

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  • United States Military Academy 2009 United States Military Academy Class of 1970 – 24th Annual National Conference on Ethics In America Serving with Integrity Duty, Honor, Country 1
  • United States Military Academy Scope Dates: 18 October – 22 October 2009 Location: Eisenhower Hall, USMA Theme: Serving with Integrity Goal: Host the Premier National Conference on Ethics in America for college students and faculty across the country. Purpose: Promote awareness among undergraduate students of ethical issues in collegiate communities and in professional career fields. Provide a forum for discussion about ethical principles and concepts that apply to college and the professional world. Expected Outcomes: Challenge students to think critically about relevant issues spanning a diverse range of topics Participant Goal: 12 senior leaders, 20 mentors, up to180 college and university students and 30 faculty delegates. Duty, Honor, Country 2
  • United States Military Academy NCEA Schedule Overview 18-22 October 2009 Sunday – Participant Arrivals, Reception Station at Cullum Hall Mentor Dinner (Thayer Hotel) Monday – Day One of Conference *** NCEA Intro/WELCOME (Superintendent) Conference Overview– Len Marella 1st Plenary Lecture – Small Group Introductions / Discussions 2nd Plenary Lecture – Small Group Discussions Tuesday – Day Two of Conference 3rd Plenary Lecture – Small Group Discussions 4th Plenary Lecture – ***/* Senior Leader Dinner (Herbert Hall) Boat Cruise and dinner or Soldier Show *** SUPT participation * Cmdt Participation Duty, Honor, Country 3
  • United States Military Academy NCEA Schedule Overview (cont) Wednesday – Day Three of Conference *** Capstone Seminar (Sr. Ldr. Day) Intro (GEN Franks) SLD Panels (CAPSTONE Seminar – 2 rotations) Small Group Discussions w/Sr. Leaders – 2 rotations Gift Presentations to Sr. Leaders ***/* Reception and Banquet Keynote Speaker: TBD Thursday – Conference Attendees Early Departure (Note: box meals provided) *** Superintendent participation • Cmdt Participation Duty, Honor, Country 4
  • United States Military Academy Speakers Keynote: Plenary Speakers: CONFERENCE INTRODUCTION -- Len Marella ETHICS IN SCIENCE --- ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -- ETHICS IN POLITICS -- ETHICS IN BUSINESS -- Duty, Honor, Country 5
  • United States Military Academy 2009 NCEA STAFF Conference OIC LTC Michael Turner Conference A/OIC MAJ Chad DeBos Conference NCOIC MSG Ryan Goldsmith Conference CIC CDT Conley Conference XO CDT Lee Conference CSM CDT Vail Conference S-1 MAJ Michael Baka S-1 CIC CDT Swanson In-processing NCOIC SFC Todd Fasnacht In-processing CIC CDT Swanson University/College CIC CDT Levy University/College Asst CIC Conference Guide CIC CDT Storey Packet and Final Report CIC Head Delegate CIC Conference S-3 MAJ Casey Moes S-3 CIC CDT Jimenez Senior Leader/VIP CICs CDT Harris Banquet CIC Facilities CIC S-4 NCOIC MSG Ryan Goldsmith S-4 (Logistics) CIC Transportation CIC CDT Sexton Assistant Transportation CIC Food Coordination CIC CDT Galima A-V / Communications CIC CDT Wright Duty, Honor, Country 6
  • United States Military Academy Senior Leaders • AOG has provided list of possible invitees Duty, Honor, Country 7
  • United States Military Academy 2009 Mentors • USMA Faculty • Class of ’70 • AOG List • Past Mentors Duty, Honor, Country 8
  • United States Military Academy Near Term Milestones • Cadet Staff IPR: Old staff teaches new staff about the NCEA jobs they are taking over – 19 May 09 (MAJ Moes) (Complete) • Website updated. Including overview of NCEA and West Point - 29 May (Carl) • Contact Ike Hall and reserve/confirm dates for banquet and conference as well as catering - 29 May (MAJ DeBos) • Draft OPORD for NCEA staffed internally – 1 Jun (LTC Turner • All schools have been called with addresses and phone numbers confirmed – 30 Jun (MAJ Moes & Debra) Duty, Honor, Country 9
  • United States Military Academy 2008 NCEA Some last year facts • 193 Colleges and Universities were invited; announcements mailed in early July; formal invites sent in early August • 66 Colleges and Universities sending representatives • 128 Student Delegates • 29 Faculty Delegates • Initiated Online registration / Homepage Improvements / Facebook • Conference advertised through several associations that USMA belongs to (Association for Practical & Professional Ethics and The American Association of Colleges and Universities) • Class of 1970 NCEA Endowment covers the cost of the entire conference; Class of ‘70 instrumental in school and mentor participation Duty, Honor, Country 10