The Center for Leadership Ethics brings scholars with diverse backgrounds together to explore, challenge and improve the ethical decision making of organizations.
Through cutting-edge research and a commitment to education and outreach, we work every day to advance the ethics culture of businesses around the world.
Featured Program: High School Ethics Forum
The ability to analyze and challenge ethical reasoning is one of the most valuable skills students can learn. The Center for Leadership Ethics’ annual High School Ethics Forum provides an opportunity to do just that. In a unique, hands-on environment, students are challenged to explore personal and professional ethical dilemmas using a variety of ethical decision making models. Through this process, students learn to develop ethical solutions collaboratively—providing valuable networking opportunities and building a foundation for success as a business professional.
High School Ethics Forum
The High School Ethics Forum challenges students to reflect on their own ethical reasoning—providing hands-on experience for dealing with both personal and professional ethical dilemmas. Students analyze ethical solutions with the support of faculty experts and Eller undergraduates.Explore the High School Ethics Forum »
Collegiate Ethics Case Competition
The annual Collegiate Ethics Case Competition brings students together from around the world, challenging their moral reasoning in thought-provoking team challenges. Faced with a real-world business ethics case, students analyze the case and present to a panel of judges.Explore the Collegiate Ethics Case Competition »
Executive Ethics Symposium
Every two years, the CLE hosts the Executive Ethics Symposium—a panel discussion focused on the ethical dilemmas we face in the modern age. The symposium provides an opportunity for community members to learn from top industry experts.Explore the Executive Ethics Symposium »
Faculty Research Spotlight
Research and Education
The Center for Leadership Ethics fosters cutting-edge research into increasingly important ethical issues. Faculty researchers receive support and funding to dive deep into practical research topics from gender and racial equity in the workplace to the relationship between ethics and creativity.
We believe all students should have access to top-notch ethics education. That’s why the Center for Leadership Ethics provides a variety of courses—covering topics like corporate ethics and social responsibility—to both undergraduate and graduate Eller students.