The Winston Center’s speaking programs attract a diverse and vibrant audience from across the University and within the community at large. Through the generosity of our donors, and in collaboration with schools, departments, and institutes across campus, the center focuses on a rich variety of intellectual disciplines on salient issues in ethics and leadership.
The Colloquium invites individuals from both domestic and international platforms who have made important contributions as ethical leaders in their fields to share with students and the Boston Community at large national and global perspectives about what they have learned on their journey to becoming leaders.
Consistent to the university's mission of fostering the personal development of students, the Chambers series brings high-profile speakers to offer perspectives and guidance around themes of human interest, adversity and social (in)justice designed to shape ethical leaders of the future.
The Winston Forum brings to campus leading voices on the subject of business ethics from a variety of fields and disciplines. The unique format brings our guests into contact with undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, alumni, and local business executives.
The Winston Center regularly collaborates with other schools and organizations at Boston College to further its belief that the study of ethical leadership is vital to the entire University community.