The Center for Ethical and Socially Responsible Leadership will be offering a wide variety of programs to engage with all students around the topics of ethics and social responsibility. Although our programs are geared toward Broad College of Business students, we welcome anyone from the MSU campus to join us.
CESRL is happy to come and speak to large or small groups, classes or any student organization. We can tailor a presentation to meet your specific needs. Presentations CESRL has previously given are as follows:
Interested in having someone from CESRL come and talk with your group? Email or call Beth Hammond at email@example.com or (517) 353-4299.
Experiential opportunities are project-specific partnerships with local and international organizations. Think of this as a mini-internship opportunity where you put into practice what you are learning in the classroom in a meaningful way. And it will look outstanding on your resume!
We will be launching experiential opportunities for all seven majors within the Broad College of Business in the Fall 2023 semester. Keep an eye on this space for position details and how to apply!
Interested in getting involved? Email your resume and statement of interest to Beth Hammond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Case competitions are an opportunity for students to work in teams to analyze a problem specific to a case study and strategically develop the best solution(s), within the case study guidelines, by a certain date. Teams deliver presentations for judges, who will decide the winner. These are great opportunities to hone your critical thinking skills and your presentation abilities, and the competition looks great on your resume. And there is typically prize money at stake as well!
Ethics in the News Undergraduate Case Competition, Spring 2024 (information coming soon)
Interested in being on a team? Email your resume to Beth Hammond at email@example.com.
As business professionals, you will be held to certain expectations around ethical and appropriate conduct. There are some universal principles, such as integrity and respect, but each discipline emphasizes different areas of conduct based on the ethical needs of that profession. Review the codes of ethics for your major’s professional associations to ensure that you are acting in line with those expectations.