Micah Center for Business Ethics
The Micah Center for Business Ethics seeks to engage and support the development of business school faculty and assist them with incorporating consideration of ethical behaviors and decision-making into the curricula of business school courses, all within the context of the Catholic Social Tradition and the Catholic mission of Seton Hall. Through business creativity and innovation, we seek to address the human problem of making the world a better place to live and an even better place to bring up future generations. Learn more about the Micah Center »
"I am thrilled with the remarkable impact that the Micah Center has had—in its relatively short existence—on the level of discourse among faculty members and on their enthusiasm for making ethical considerations central to the Stillman School educational experience."
- Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., Dean of the Stillman School of Business
"Good Wealth: Using Catholic Social Thought to Link Wealth Creation to Poverty Alleviation," outlining the concepts of "good" and "bad" wealth, views of wealth within the tradition of Catholic Social Thought, and the processes behind meaningful wealth creation and poverty alleviation. Presented by Charles Clark, Professor and Senior Fellow, Vincentian Center, Economics and Finance, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John's University.