Scott Reynolds, a professor of business ethics and Weyerhaeuser Endowed Faculty Fellow at the University of Washington Foster School of Business, has been awarded the honor of “Master Teacher” of ethics by the Wheatley Institution at Brigham Young University.
Reynolds had served on the Foster School faculty since 2002, when he earned his PhD from the University of Minnesota. He has expertise in corporate social responsibility and ethical decision making.
At Foster, Reynolds heads up a large group of faculty who teach and study different aspects of business ethics. He teaches ethical leadership in Foster’s Full-time MBA Program, Evening MBA Program, Technology Management MBA Program, Executive MBA Program, Global Executive MBA Program and MS in Information Systems Program.
Reynolds is the recipient of a number of awards for teaching, research and mentorship, including the 2014 Lex N. Gamble Family Award for Excellence in Case Development and Curriculum Innovation, the 2013 Faculty PhD Mentor Award, and the 2007 Dean’s Junior Faculty Research Award.
The Wheatley Institution seeks creative and powerful ideas which lead toward practical and constructive solutions to societal issues.
With the “Master Teacher” honor, Reynolds was invited to speak at the Wheatley Institution’s conference on teaching business ethics at BYU in July.