Located in Grand Hall, this community provides a great environment for students interested in all areas of business to learn from each other and succeed in their introductory business classes.
The Ethical Leaders in Business Learning Community focuses on the relationship between business and leadership characteristics. You will have opportunities to learn from guest speakers, get hands-on experience through field trips, and take courses that connect personal interests and strengths with career goals.
This community is open to Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business students.
Students who complete all curricular and co-curricular requirements of the Learning Community program will receive a Gold Medallion and Learning Community Certificate to be worn at graduation, in recognition of their commitment and achievement within their LC.
You are encouraged to track and share progress in the Learning Community program with your advisers, using this downloadable form to keep a personal record of your participation, and to share your LC course progress, plans, co-curricular activities and service hours throughout the academic year.
All Learning Community students will be placed into the associated LC courses by the Learning Community academic coordinator. To request adds, drops, or other changes to your LC course schedule, you or your advisor should complete the corresponding Google Forms located below.
Robert Boyle, Ph.D., Assistant Dean of Administration in the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, is an assistant professor of management in the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business and teaches BIZ 1000 to students in the Ethical Leaders in Business Learning Community. He also serves as the faculty associate for this learning community In his free time, Boyle writes and records songs and plays local gigs in St. Louis. Boyle has been involved in the Ethical Leaders in Business learning community since its formation.
Living in the Ethical Leaders in Business Learning Community helped me connect with the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business not only because I was able to connect with students that shared my academic interests, but also because I was able to build relationships with organizations and faculty that I would not have associated with otherwise.Molly Meer, Peer Mentor