The Ethical Tomato — A Summer Job Possibility

The Ethics Center wants two law student research assistants for a project related to McDonald’s Corp. and standards for tomato growers. The are about 4 weeks of full time work commencing right after exams — and sooner, if possible. It involves a preliminary analysis of proposed agriculture worker standards with regard to their compliance with both legal and “ethical” norms. This preliminary report will set the stage for a proposal for a full investigation over the next year or two, if they decide to pursue it.

UM Ethics Programs will be delighted to receive letters of interest and resumes directed to Anita Cava at acava@miami.edu as soon as possible.

The position carries a stipend of up to $2,500, depending on experience and availability. (Which is more than the chicken feed you get for being a research assistant!)

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One Response to The Ethical Tomato — A Summer Job Possibility

  1. Ann Bartow says:

    Hey, I want that summer job! Bu instead I will have to console myself with teaching in Rome, hahahahahaha! But seriously, it sounds like a pretty cool summer gig.

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