Podcast: Teaching Ethics through Parks & Rec with Dr. Erin Borry

Posted on July 5, 2019


Dr. Erin Borry

Dr. Erin Borry
Assistant Professor of Public Administration
University of Alabama at Birmingham
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Linking theory to television. Dr. Erin Borry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham is teaching ethics in a creative way, by using the show Parks & Recreation. Scenes involving your favorite City of Pawnee employees are great case studies for understanding the dilemmas that public servants can face. Dr. Borry shares why she wanted to use the show in her classroom and examples of what students learn.

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