Abridged CV

Denis Collins
Professor of Business and Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellow
Business Department, Edgewood College, Madison, WI  53711
608-663-2878; dcollins@edgewood.edu

Education: Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1990; Business Environment & Public Policy

                  MA, Bowling Green State University, 1987; Philosophy

                  BS, Montclair State College, 1977; Business Administration

Books and Monographs:

Denis Collins (2012) Business Ethics: How to Manage and Design Ethical Organizations. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Denis Collins (2009) Essentials of Business Ethics: Creating an Organization of High Integrity and Superior Performance. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Denis Collins (2006)  Behaving Badly:  Ethical Lessons From ENRON.  Indianapolis, Indiana. Dog Ear Publishing.

Denis Collins (1998) Gainsharing and Power: Lessons from Six Scanlon Plans.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Denis Collins & Mark Starik (eds.) (1995) Sustaining the Natural Environment: Empirical Studies on the Interface Between Nature and Organizations. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press.

Denis Collins & Thomas O'Rourke (1994) Ethical Dilemmas in Business, Ethical Dilemmas in Accounting, Ethical Dilemmas in Marketing. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western Publishing Company.

Denis Collins (2003) The Longest Faculty Strike in Higher Education History, a special issue of

Journal of Academic Ethics, 1(3).

Denis Collins (1996) Understanding and Changing Business and Society Relationships: An

Annotated Bibliography, a special issue of Business & Society, 35(3).

Denis Collins (1996) Community Involvement and Service Learning Student Projects, a special

issue of Journal of Business Ethics, 15(1).

Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Articles: More than 15 articles in Personnel Psychology, Organization Science, Environmental Ethics, Journal of Labor Research, Journal of Applied Behavioral ScienceBusiness & Society, Journal of Business Ethics, among others.

Scholarly Articles (Not Peer Reviewed): Over 15.

Conference Papers Presented: Over 20.

Invited Speeches and Presentations: Over 100.

Teaching Experience: Business Ethics, International Business Strategy/Policy, Multicultural Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Business & Society, and Political, Ethical and Legal Environments of Business to MBAs, Executive MBAs and Undergraduates; SIFE Sam Walton Fellow.

Teaching Awards:

         Estervig-Beaubien Outstanding Professor Award, School of Business, Edgewood College, for excellence in Teaching and Mentoring, 2009.

         Lawrence J. Larson Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994.

         Voted Most Outstanding MBA faculty member at University of Wisconsin-Madison in three consecutive Business Week alumni surveys (The Best B Schools, 1993, 1995 and 1997).

Professional Service:

         Board of Governance, Social Issues in Management Division, Academy of Management

         Board of Directors, International Association for Business and Society

         The Invisible College, a national organization of Service-Learning Educators

Editorial Board:

         Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society

         Journal of Business Ethics

         Journal of Academic Ethics

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