Cultivating a community that centers ethics and human rights at the heart of business education and research.
As the economy grows to be increasingly globalized, businesses all over the world face more human rights challenges. From supply chain to PR, every aspect of a business and decision made interacts with business ethics.
Researchers in the Michael A. Santoro Business Ethics and Human Rights Lab (MAS BEHR), along with professionals across the globe, explore these interactions to identify business models that address human rights. The lab is research based and composed of skilled undergraduates chosen by Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Michael Santoro.
The MAS BEHR is one of the first undergraduate research labs of its kind. Through working closely with Professor Santoro’s recent research, fellows think critically about current human rights challenges across multiple industries. Fellows conduct research and practice implementing Jesuit values in their business education. Focusing on more than just risk management, members of the lab gain the invaluable ability to implement ethical business standards as future industry leaders.
2021/22 Team: Group Two
Our MAS BEHR fellows collaborate to form a dynamic group united through their shared passion for business ethics.
A dynamic group united through their shared passion for business ethics.
Through working closely with Professor Santoro’s recent research, fellows think critically about current human rights challenges across multiple industries.