The Koeze Business Ethics Initiative has as its mission to examine the role and influence of business in public life, to promote inquiry into ethical business practices and education, and to be a leading resource for business professionals, students, faculty, and administrators who seek to understand the relationship between business, the common good, and a life well-lived.
Speaker: Todd Williams, Associate Professor of Psychology Part of the lecture series Back to Basics: The Liberal Arts and Sciences as Common Ground for Meaningful Engagement, which presents talks...
A talk by Michael DeWilde at the C3 Exchange in Grand Haven, MI on Sunday, March 5th from 10-11 am. C3 meets in the Community Center in GH - http://c3westmichigan.org Who could possibly be...
A role-playing/interactive session where students will have the opportunity to practice verbally navigating various topics that may come up in the workplace. Learn how to either participate in the...
February 21, 2017
Tu quoque is a type of fallacious reasoning that trades on the moral badness of hypocrisy. Professor Andrew Spear examines the fallacy in contemporary American politics.
February 14, 2017
An author of the DSM-IV writes to the Times warning about the ethical constraints of psychiatric diagnoses of subjects from a distance.
January 27, 2017
Koeze Business Ethics Initiative's director Michael DeWilde published a recent column on the ethical challenges facing office holders who have complex international business dealings and the role of public trust in civic life.