NOTRE DAME PROFESSOR, FATHER OLIVER WILLIAMS REMEMBERS NELSON MANDELA
As the world mourns the passing of Nelson Mandela,Father Williams shared his experiences with the man who led the fight to end the system of apartheid...more
NOTRE DAME PROFESSOR TO TEACH BUSINESS ETHICS IN SOUTH KOREA AS AN 'INTERNATIONAL SCHOLAR'
The Rev. Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C., a noted expert in business ethics and associate management professor at the University of Notre Dame, will be spending the 2012-13 academic year introducing Korean student to the concepts of ethical leadership and international efforts to use commerce as an instrument of peace
Patrick E. Murphy has spent much of his 35-year academic career researching and teaching in the area of ethical concerns in marketing, publishing research papers and books about sustainability and corporate social responsibility as far back as the 1970s.
THE EIGHTH TRANSATLANTIC BUSINESS ETHICS CONFERENCE - TABEC 2014
OCTOBER 23-25, 2014
Business Ethics and Creativity: Facing Globalization and Struggling With Sustainability
The Eighth TransAtlantic Business Ethics Conference (TABEC) will take place on October 23-25, 2014 in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana (USA). The conference theme is: Business Ethics and Creativity: Facing Globalization and Struggling with Sustainability.
The TransAtlantic Business Ethics Conference is a biennial, invitational conference. The previous conferences were hosted by Laszlo Zsolnai at the Corvinus University of Budapest (2000), George Brenkert at Georgetown University (2002), Josep M. Lozano at ESADE Barcelona (2004), Thomas W. Dunfee at The Wharton School (2006), Francesco Perrini and Antonio Tencati at SDA Bocconi in Milan (2008), Wesley Cragg at York University in Toronto (2010), and Knut Ims and Lars Jacob Tynes Pedersen at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway (2012).
2014 JOHN A BERGES LECTURE SERIES IN BUSINESS ETHICS
The John A. Berges Lecture Series is presented each fall by the Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business and Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide. The series features senior executives speaking on their experiences of the ethical dimensions of business.
2014 FRANK CAHILL LECTURE IN BUSINESS ETHICS AND HESBURGH AWARD
The Cahill Lecture followed by the Hesburgh Award was presented on Monday, March 24, 2014, in the Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business. Southwest Airlines was honored with the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. Award.
Notre Dame Ethics Week 2014, sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, focused on “Management as a Ministry” during a series of talks that were held Feb. 10-13. The annual series, which examines the beliefs, behaviors and best practices of ethical executives, included a range of topics from the influence of faith and values on leadership roles, to a research perspective of why individuals aren’t as ethical as they think, to a professional responsibility strategy competition.
The Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide at the Mendoza College of Business is offering four conference scholarships for doctoral students at the pre-proposal stage who are interested in pursuing research that addresses ethical issues in business. These scholarships will cover up to $500 in travel expenses to attend the Excellence in Ethics Conference to be held on May 8-9, 2014.
2014 EXCELLENCE IN ETHICS DISSERTATION PROPOSAL COMPETITION
The Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide at the University of Notre Dame is hosting its dissertation proposal competition. The objective of the competition is to recognize and award PhD. candidates whose research will further our understanding of the ethical issues facing the business community.
The Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide at the University of Notre Dame is hosting an Excellence in Ethics Best Paper Competition. The objective of the competition is to recognize and encourage high quality research that furthers our understanding of the ethical issues facing the business community.