Students have the opportunity to compete in a wide variety of competitions that enhance their ethics education and challenge them in a variety of areas personally, academically, and professionally. Students from the David Eccles School of Business have excelled over the years in these competitions. The school is currently accepting applications for upcoming competitions
- Arizona Collegiate Ethics Case Competition
- Eccles Undergraduate Ethics Case Competition
- Race & Case Graduate Ethics Competition
- Past Ethics Competitions (Check back soon)
The Eccles Net Impact group is under the direction of advisor, Bryan Eldredge. The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah chapter of Net Impact aims to develop and inspire a network of leaders who promote innovative and socially responsible practices that succeed in the global marketplace.
We accomplish this by providing University of Utah graduate students with the knowledge, support and career network that will help them pursue careers in socially responsible businesses, nonprofit organizations and public management. For more information, please contact Bryan Eldredge.
Students with demonstrated community involvement planning to study at the David Eccles School of Business should explore available scholarships for undergraduate study. Scholarships designated for masters students include the Spencer Fox Eccles Scholarship in Values and Ethics and the S. Del Low Scholarship for students in accounting who have demonstrated a commitment and willingness to serve the community and better the lives of the less fortunate. For information on masters scholarships please call (801) 585-1751.
Undergraduate students who exhibit leadership in high school or community service activities and have an expressed interest in business, have notable involvement in the community helping others to overcome their own challenges, and students who have completed service to the School or University should contact the scholarship coordinator at email@example.com to learn more.
To contact the University of Utah Financial Aid and Scholarship office, call (801) 581-6211.
Are you interested in using what you are learning at the University of Utah to help youth who are less fortunate to become financially stable and independent? A new partnership with the ASUU Personal Financial Management Center and Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) began spring semester., when volunteers were trained to mentor immigrant and refugee youth in money management. Our SIFE club is bringing the positive power of business to communities in need. Plus, it is a great opportunity to socialize with other students interested in helping others learn entrepreneurial skills.
By contributing their talents to projects that improve the lives of people worldwide, SIFE participants are demonstrating that individuals with a knowledge and passion for business can be a powerful force for change.
Visit the Students in Free Enterprise (University of Utah Chapter) Facebook page.