Professor Mary Gentile Named a Top Mind of 2017

By Dave Hendrick Darden Professor Mary Gentile has added a new accolade to her list of awards and plaudits.Gentile, author of the influential Giving Voice to Values curriculum, has…

Teaching Business Ethics Through the Lens of the Holocaust

“Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.”~ Elie Wiesel, Nobel Laureate & Holocaust Survivor Professor Mary Gentile Co-Leads…

Professor Bobby Parmar and Darden MBA Students Help Henley Middle School Students Discover Both the Challenges, and the Sweet Rewards, of Business

By Jenny Mead Approximately 40 Darden School second year MBA students went back to middle school recently. Sixth grade, to be exact.In a scenario of MBA student-turned instructor…

Professor Mary Margaret Frank Leads Discussions at 2017 Pay for Success and Social Impact Finance Conference

By Tori Schucheng YangHow can Pay for Success models be used to improve project outcomes? And how can these public-private financing models help foster innovation and positively impact…

Institute for Business in Society Welcomes New Executive Director, Joey Burton

The Institute for Business in Society is pleased to announce its new Executive Director, Joseph (Joey) Burton.Burton arrives from the University of Chicago, where he led the research, operations…

Events & Activities, Public_Private Partnerships, Tri-Sector Leadership

The Value of a Tri-Sector Leadership Perspective: A Session with Shamina Singh, President of Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

By Lisa Stewart Prior to becoming a student at the UVA Darden School, Catherine Melsheimer served as a staff member in Congress and worked on political campaigns. Now in her second year of the MBA program, Catherine is a member of the UVA Tri-Sector Leadership Fellows program where she…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Guest Posts

Professor Mary Margaret Frank Leads Discussions at 2017 Pay for Success and Social Impact Finance Conference

By Tori Schucheng YangHow can Pay for Success models be used to improve project outcomes? And how can these public-private financing models help foster innovation and positively impact communities?These were some of the questions discussed by state government officials, service providers, philanthropists, impact investors and business leaders…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Guest Posts

Feminism and the Free Markets

By Maeve McGilloway and Alexandra Williams What role can the free market play in women’s participation in society?How have laws changed to encourage women’s participation in the labor market?Are differences in outcomes the result of structural policy, or the individual choices of men and women?These…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
About IBiS, Cases & Courses, Thought Leadership, Uncategorized

Institute for Business in Society Introduces Mary Gentile, Creator and Director of Giving Voice to Values

The Institute for Business in Society recently welcomed educator and consultant, Mary Gentile, and her Giving Voice to Values (GVV) curriculum to the Darden School. Below is an interview with Professor Gentile about GVV, its approach, and what makes it different from other Business Ethics programs.Q: What is GVV…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
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