Idaho State University College of Business Presents New Research Seminar Series


Business scholar Scott J. Reynolds will present on business ethics on October 19 as part of the Dr. Bill Stratton Distinguished Scholar Research Seminar Series.

The presentation is open to faculty, students, and the community and will take place at 3 p.m. in Room 506 of the Business Administration Building on Idaho State University’s Pocatello Campus.

Reynolds is Professor of Business Ethics, Chair of the Department of Management and Organization, and Michael G. Foster Endowed Professor at the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. His research focuses on ethical decision-making, which has been published in many top management and business ethics journals and has won several awards. Reynolds’ presentation will focus on the concept of a team’s moral identity.

“Good ethical behavior is the foundation of strong relationships, and every business relies on relationships to achieve its goals,” Reynolds said. “Thus, stronger relationships with employees, customers, suppliers and all other critical stakeholders make business success much more likely.”

Reynolds is the first presenter of the new Dr. Bill Stratton Distinguished Scholar Research Seminar Series, named after former College of Business Dean Dr. Bill Stratton. This series will provide our university and our community with a variety of ideas, networking, and opportunities for research collaboration in the business world.

“Dr. Stratton has been a great mentor to me and his years of outstanding service as Dean and his decades as a great professor of management have enhanced every part of our college and our community,” said Dr. Shane Hunt , Dean of the College of Business.


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