Center for Ethics Co-Directors
Michael Judiesch is Associate Professor of Management in the School of Business. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Iowa. His teaching and research interests include diversity in organizations, work-life (work-family) issues, managerial careers, cross-cultural issues, business ethics, and corporate social responsibility.
Dr. Judiesch’s research has been published in academic journals including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior and Sex Roles. Three of his articles have been among the finalists for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. Findings from his research articles have been highlighted in publications such as Business Week, Fortune, Across the Board: The Conference Board Magazine, U.S. Banker, Working Woman, American Psychological Association Monitor on Psychology, Boston Globe, Toronto Globe and Mail, and Los Angeles Times.
Eoin O’Connell is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Manhattan College. His main area of research is ethics. He has published on Kant’s moral philosophy and retributive theories of punishment. Dr. O’Connell earned his doctorate in philosophy from Fordham University in 2009.
Sarah Scott is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Manhattan College. Dr. Scott earned her doctorate in philosophy from The New School for Social Research in 2011. She teaches and conducts research in ethics, 19th and 20th century continental philosophy, and the history of philosophy. Recent publications focus on the moral philosophy of Martin Buber. Besides serving as Co-Director for the Center for Ethics she is also a Faculty Advisor for the Manhattan College Film Society.