The ethics program in the Jack C. Massey College of Business at Belmont University was named one of the Top 10 university business ethics programs in the U.S. by BusinessWeek magazine in 2008.
The Edward C. Kennedy Center for Business Ethics seeks to: bring people together in the discussion of business ethics, help empower business leaders to face the current crisis in business ethics, and educate ethical business leaders for a better society.
A Culture of Business Ethics
Today, more than ever, issues of ethics and character play a pivotal role in the culture of business and, regardless of your ambitions and your endeavors, understanding and consideration of the foundations of business ethics is critical to the well being of your organization. The Edward C. Kennedy Center for Business Ethics in the Jack C. Massey College of Business at Belmont University focuses on creating ethical business leaders for a better society.
The Jack C. Massey College of Business at Belmont University ranked #8 for ethics in the 2008 BusinessWeek Top 100 ranking of undergraduate business programs. This Top 10 ranking supports the mission of the College of Business and recognizes the impact of the Center for Business Ethics on Belmont University and the Nashville business community.
Convocation Events Sponsored by the Edward C. Kennedy Center for Business Ethics
Convocation events serve as an educational tool toward that end. Speakers and business leaders are brought to campus to address topics of business ethics. Often open to the public, events sponsored by the Edward C. Kennedy Center for Business Ethics are regularly attended by students enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, and executive education programs within the Jack C. Massey College of Business at Belmont University.
The Harry N. Hollis Student of Integrity Award
This is an annual award in the honor of Dr. Harry N. Hollis, Co-founder and Director for 15 years of th Edward C. Kennedy Center of Business Ethics at Belmont. It was made possible through an endowment underwritten by executives of the Tri-Star Health Systems and an anonymous donor. A $1000 award will be presented to a student at the Jack C. Massey College of Business Awards Event (April 9, 2015) whose essay was selected by the judges. Click here for additional information and eligibility requirements.