Susan Case recently selected as an Inaugural Kaufman Scholar
A Different Kind of Value-Add: Ethics in Management Education
A new research stream in traditional ethics and management education has proved very productive for Susan Case, PhD, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, who has been selected as an Inaugural Kaufman Scholar for 2012-2013 at the Center for Financial Policy of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, which awarded her "Guiding Lights for Morally Responsible Behavior in Organizations: Revisiting the Sacred Texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam," a $3,000 prize. The Kaufman Scholars will meet twice in fall 2012 and for a week in spring 2013 to examine religious traditions and financial and business behavior.
Dr. Case’s paper, which is under consideration for the Journal of Business and Religion, is one of a series on traditional wisdom, ethics education, integrity, and character that she has recently published or had accepted for publication.