Professor is recognized for research and service in field of business ethics
Professor Joanne Ciulla, director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School, received lifetime achievement awards from both the Society for Business Ethics and the Academy of Management during separate annual conferences in August.
The Society for Business Ethics bestowed on her its lifetime achievement award for a "career of outstanding service to the field of business ethics." Ciulla was president of the two largest business ethics organizations, the Society for Business Ethics and the International Society for Business Economics and Ethics. Ciulla has also served on the editorial board of the Journal of Business Ethics and she has served as an editor of the Business Ethics Quarterly since its inception 27 years ago.
During the Academy of Management meeting, the Network of Leadership Scholars awarded Ciulla the Eminent Leadership Scholar Award for her "outstanding body of work that has made a substantial and original contribution to the field of leadership studies."
Ciulla is best known for her pioneering work in developing the field of leadership ethics. She took over leadership of IEL in 2018 upon the retirement of James Abruzzo, co-founder of the Institute for Ethical Leadership.
About the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School
The Institute for Ethical Leadership is dedicated to the study of leadership ethics and to programs for students and practitioners that aim to cultivate the knowledge and imagination to exercise ethical and effective leadership. For more information, visit www.business.rutgers.edu/iel.
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