2014 Business Ethics Conference
Category Cameron School of Business , Center for Faith and Culture
Year: 2014

Business school deans from 23 Catholic universities gathered in Houston on March 31 for a groundbreaking business ethics conference hosted by the University of St. Thomas-Houston’s Center for Faith and Culture in collaboration with the Cameron School of Business. Spurred by the sobering implications of the 2008 financial meltdown, and guided by Pope Benedict’s call in the encyclical Caritas in Veritate for financiers to “rediscover the genuine ethical foundation” of their work, the three-day conference was convened by the Center for Faith and Culture to explore ways to better prepare graduates from Catholic business schools for the ethical challenges they will encounter in the workplace, organizers said.


Visit www.stthom.edu/bec for more information about the conference. Click on a title below to view conference videos. 


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Czerny S.J. - Give us this day our daily bread: Putting ethics to work in business


Dr. Czerny's Q&A


Harry J. Longwell - Sustaining an Ethical Culture - A Lifetime Experience

Mr. Longwell's Q&A

Bethany McLean - Why All the Devils are Here: Studies of Business Gone Wrong

Ms. McLean's Q&A

Sherron Watkin's - Ethical Lessons from the Enron Scandal

Ms. Watkin's Q&A

Rev. Oliver Williams, C.S.C. - The Purpose of Business: The Basic Issue

Dr. Kenneth Goodpaster and Dr. Michael Naughton - The Calling of Catholic Business Schools: From Transactional to Transformational Education

Dr. Mary Gentile - Giving Voice to Values: The "How" of Business Ethics

Dr. George Brenkert - We Have Seen This Movie Before: But Can We Change Its Ending?

Academic Speakers Panel Discussion - Best Practices for the Teaching of Business Ethics

Working Group Session 1 Presentations

Working Group Session 2 Presentations

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