Daylian Cain Wins Master Teacher in Ethics Award
Daylian Cain, assistant professor of organizational behavior, has won a Master Teacher in Ethics Award, sponsored by the Wheatley Institution at Brigham Young University and the Society for Business Ethics.
Cain will accept the award at the third annual Teaching Ethics in Universities Conference: Master Class in Business Ethics, to be held May 22–24 at Brigham Young University. He will also deliver a 90-minute lecture from his award-winning elective, Behavioral Economics Meets Business Ethics.
This is the fourth award Cain has won from the Society of Business Ethics, with prior awards being a Society of Business Ethics Founders' Award for his work in behavioral business ethics, an annual conference Featured Presenter selection, and a Paper of the Year award for his work on disclosure, with Sunita Sah and George Loewenstein.