The AIC is happy to announce that it has awarded Associate Constructor Exam Scholarships to the winning team from the recent Texas A&M Ethics Competition. Since 2011 the AIC has awarded the top team from this competition with a scholarship to sit for the AC examination. This year over 125 students from Texas A&M participated in the ethics competition using case studies from the AIC Program on Construction Ethics. The competition started with 25 teams submitting written reports, from that 5 teams were selected to present their analysis of the ethical scenario to the Texas A&M Construction Industry Advistory Council. The last round of the competition featured the top 2 teams who presented their oral presentations to former students Larry Fickel, David Fleming, and Gavin McGee. Fleming also currently serves as the National President of the AIC.
The winning team after the last round of oral presentations was:
William De Groh
Congratulations to the winning team!
The AIC continues to be a supporter of ethics training and education through it's Program on Construction Ethics. If your school is interested in using this program as part of an ethics competition the AIC will work with your school to provide AC exam scholarships to the winning team. Contact Joe Sapp at email@example.com to learn more.