Eagan Rotary Club, Thomson Reuters team up to train students in decision making

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Business ethics might seem like a long shot when it comes to grabbing the attention of high school students, but the Eagan Rotary Club has spent two decades finding ways to make the subject resonate.

Last week, 50 budding business leaders from Eagan High School spent the day at Thomson Reuters' sprawling campus learning how to balance the demand for profit with the desire to do the right thing. The workshop was led by Kenneth Goodpaster, business ethics professor and the Kich Endowed Chair in Business Ethics at the University of St. Thomas.

Originally published: 04/07/2013, Pioneer Press