David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics - Craig VanSandt

The David W. Wilson Chair is the university's first-ever joint endowed chair, bringing together the colleges of Business Administration and Humanities and Fine Arts. The Chair was established through a gift from university alumnus and Laguna Beach, California resident, David W. Wilson, president and owner of one of the largest privately owned automotive groups in the country. Wilson graduated from UNI in 1970 with a B.A. in Philosophy. His gift helps make ethics a focus of teaching and research at UNI and helps students recognize the value of ethics as a guide to decision-making in life and business.

The Ethics of Energy Production

Craig VanSandt, Fall 2013-Present
Craig VanSandt was named the David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Northern Iowa in August 2013. VanSandt brought a wealth of business and higher education experience with him to UNI. He holds a B.B.A. in accounting from Texas Christian University, an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a Ph.D. in management from Virginia Tech; has worked in real estate development and the banking industry; and has spent over a decade in the classroom developing students' critical thinking skills and helping them become engaged, productive citizens. His interests in the role business plays in society, social entrepreneurship and the ability of business to help alleviate poverty will be instrumental to his leadership role in the field of business ethics.

Donna J. Wood, 2002-2012
Donna J. Wood, a leading business and society scholar, was the first holder of the David W. Wilson Chair of Business Ethics at UNI.


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David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics - Craig VanSandt

The David W. Wilson Chair is the university's first-ever joint endowed chair, bringing together the colleges of Business Administration and Humanities and Fine Arts. The Chair was established through a gift from university alumnus and Laguna Beach, California resident, David W. Wilson, president and owner of one of the largest privately owned automotive groups in the country. Wilson graduated from UNI in 1970 with a B.A. in Philosophy. His gift helps make ethics a focus of teaching and research at UNI and helps students recognize the value of ethics as a guide to decision-making in life and business.

The Ethics of Energy Production

Craig VanSandt, Fall 2013-Present
Craig VanSandt was named the David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Northern Iowa in August 2013. VanSandt brought a wealth of business and higher education experience with him to UNI. He holds a B.B.A. in accounting from Texas Christian University, an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a Ph.D. in management from Virginia Tech; has worked in real estate development and the banking industry; and has spent over a decade in the classroom developing students' critical thinking skills and helping them become engaged, productive citizens. His interests in the role business plays in society, social entrepreneurship and the ability of business to help alleviate poverty will be instrumental to his leadership role in the field of business ethics.

Donna J. Wood, 2002-2012
Donna J. Wood, a leading business and society scholar, was the first holder of the David W. Wilson Chair of Business Ethics at UNI.

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David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics - Craig VanSandt

The David W. Wilson Chair is the university's first-ever joint endowed chair, bringing together the colleges of Business Administration and Humanities and Fine Arts. The Chair was established through a gift from university alumnus and Laguna Beach, California resident, David W. Wilson, president and owner of one of the largest privately owned automotive groups in the country. Wilson graduated from UNI in 1970 with a B.A. in Philosophy. His gift helps make ethics a focus of teaching and research at UNI and helps students recognize the value of ethics as a guide to decision-making in life and business.

The Ethics of Energy Production

Craig VanSandt, Fall 2013-Present
Craig VanSandt was named the David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Northern Iowa in August 2013. VanSandt brought a wealth of business and higher education experience with him to UNI. He holds a B.B.A. in accounting from Texas Christian University, an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a Ph.D. in management from Virginia Tech; has worked in real estate development and the banking industry; and has spent over a decade in the classroom developing students' critical thinking skills and helping them become engaged, productive citizens. His interests in the role business plays in society, social entrepreneurship and the ability of business to help alleviate poverty will be instrumental to his leadership role in the field of business ethics.

Donna J. Wood, 2002-2012
Donna J. Wood, a leading business and society scholar, was the first holder of the David W. Wilson Chair of Business Ethics at UNI.

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