Since becoming dean of LMU CBA in 2018, Dayle Smith, Ph.D., has radically raised the stakes for global business education. As president-elect for the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools, Smith believes that a pedagogy of ethical practice is crucial to solving the world’s most pressing problems – from day one, CBA students learn that doing well means doing good. Here, she speaks about the critical impact of philanthropy to support the next generation of visionary business leaders.
With record-breaking gas prices, rising COVID cases and political divisions dominating the headlines, many may be left wondering if there’s anything good going on in the world. Fortunately, there are programs like AIM2Flourish, which…
The Business for Good Program, housed within the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability at LMU College of Business Administration (CBA), opens students’ minds to new ways of thinking about business, informed by our Jesuit and Marymount values and decades of pioneering research. The future impact of the program has now been secured thanks to a $5 million endowment by the D.K. Kim Foundation.
Guillermo Gonzalez, a student in the LMU First To Go program, was instrumental in launching “For The Generation,” a podcast exploring the experiences of first-generation students.