The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics
The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics, founded in the spring of 2006, was made possible by the generosity of Bob '60 and Judy Winston.
The Center, housed within the Carroll School of Management, serves the entire Boston College community. The Center engages students, faculty, staff, and alumni in the intellectual exploration of leadership and ethics in business and society.
The Winston Center focuses on three critical areas to best fulfill its mission:
- Live Programs – Our live programs connect members of the Boston College community with prominent members of society exhibiting ethical leadership.
- Student Leadership and Development Programs – The Jenks Leadership Program and Winston Ambassadors are two of the vibrant programs offered to our students to begin their leadership journey.
- Research – Faculty research and scholarship sets the path for expanding our understanding of leadership and ethics today.
For more information, visit our About the Center page.
FALL 2016 SIGNATURE LECTURES
Chambers Lecture Series
Tuesday, October 11, 6:00PM, Gasson Hall 100: The Fight for Civil Rights, Social Justice and Labor Equality with Christine Chavez, Civil Rights and Labor Movement Activist
Thursday, October 27, 4:00PM, Robsham Theater: Eric Holder, Former US Attorney General (2009-2015)
Winston Forum on Business Ethics
Monday, November 7, 6:00PM, Gasson Hall 100: Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? with Michael Sandel, Political Philosopher and Professor, Harvard University