Welcome to the Center for Ethical Business Cultures


The Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business assists leaders in creating ethical and profitable business cultures.

Serving at the intersection between thought and practice leadership, the center brings together leading academic and business practitioners in the field of business ethics and provides public programs; engages in research; and builds and delivers governance and ethical leadership development programs and services.

Get Involved

CEBC is committed to assisting business leaders in creating ethical and profitable business cultures. Learn more about how you and your organization can get involved to support this important mission.


Register today for an upcoming CEBC roundtable, workshop, webinar or public forum.


We invite you to be part of the nation’s leading center in which thought and practice leadership from the business and academic communities are linked to help create and sustain organizational cultures of integrity

Join the Conversation

Keep up to date about CEBC events, research and other activities by engaging in one or more of the center’s social media tools. Options include Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.

Contact Us

Contact us for information about CEBC as well as business ethics and corporate social responsibility issues.

Center for Ethical Business Cultures
1000 LaSalle Avenue, TMH 331
Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005

Phone: (651) 962-4120
Email: mail@cebcglobal.org


Your generous donations enable CEBC to offer public programs, conduct cutting edge research and provide leadership development services for current and future leaders in building and sustaining ethical cultures. By investing in the work of the center, you are making a difference!

Corporate Sponsorship

The Center for Ethical Business Cultures has sponsorship opportunities that can align with your organization’s mission and values. We hope to create valued partnerships, with sponsors having as much input into program design as possible.