Students who entered the Neely Center's USC ethics competition met today with guest speaker USC Marshall Professor Stephen Byars. The finalists will present at the Next Generation Ethics Conference March 30, 2018!

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Watch Neely Center direct Prof. Ali Abbas discuss the Emergency Alert System with CBS LA…/questions-being-asked-abo…/

When emergencies like mudslides and wildfires happen we often get text alerts on our phone. But after last weekend's missile alert mistake in Hawaii, officials are taking another look at the emergency alert system.

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The purpose of the Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making is to inspire and develop leaders dedicated to making effective, ethical and legal...

Find out more about the Neely Center's Next Generation Ethics Conference on March 30!…/next-generation-ethics-conference

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Kenneth Arrow is the subject of an upcoming issue of Operations Research edited by Neely Center director Ali Abbas and others. Find out more here..…/kenneth-arrow-subject-special-issue…

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Neely Center Director Professor Ali Abbas' thoughts on the future of autonomous vehicles…/1E4C493…

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Register now for the USC DECIDE Certificate in Strategic Decision Making!…/short-courses/decide
A unique opportunity for leaders to develop dynamic, advanced skills in quality decision making. Participants will interact with globally recognized pioneers in the field of decision making and learn how to make ethically sensitive choices within an organization.

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USC Students interested in speaking at TEDxUSC in April have until January 25 to apply. Topics must relate to decisions and ethics.

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Ali Abbas, director of the USC Center for Interdisciplinary Decisions and Ethics (DECIDE) talks to Microsoft Technical Fellow Eric Horvitz about decision-mak...