After the recent discussions on ethics in higher education, I have come across an interesting paper under the title “How to blow the whistle and still have a career afterwards.” A paper has been written by an Associate Provost and presents some practical rules of conduct and step-by-step procedures during the whistle-blowing process in higher education. Considering that there is a certain probability that we as future faculty might end up in a situation that requires whistle-blowing, we all should be aware that the process itself is far more complex and requires several steps. After all, initiating the whistle-blowing process is not ultimately about raising the concerns but about finding solutions for noted problem. A full reference of the paper is: Gunsalus, C., How to blow the whistle and still have a career afterwards. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1998. 4(1): p. 51-64.