Campus News 2007

For Immediate Release
November 7, 2007

Schreiner Ethics Team takes top prizes
The Schreiner University Ethics Team shined at the recent match with 18 other Texas independent colleges and universities in Ft. Worth, taking first place in the West Division, first place overall and the Match Trophy. Team members Wes Blankman, Hunt, Kelli Kunz, Horseshoe Bay, Texas, Emily Medchill, The Woodlands, Texas, and Aaron Yates, Kerrville, received individual medals for their efforts and Schreiner will receive a $1,000 check to be used to continue the discussion of business ethics on the campus. Dr. Charles Torti, assistant professor of business, is the team advisor.

Four students & one faculty member with awards

from left to right: Wes Blankman, of Hunt, Kelli Kunz, of Johnson City, Dr. Charles Torti, team sponsor and assistant professor of business at Schreiner, Emily Medchill, of the Woodlands and Aaron Yates of Kerrville

The annual competition, a program of the Texas Independent College Foundation, was established to provide a forum to discuss applied business ethics, and to raise awareness of the value of independent higher education, and of the discussion and reasoned argument that are the foundation of liberal arts education. For more information, please contact Dr. Charles Torti at 830-792-7255 or

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