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Cecil B. Day Program for Business Ethics

The Cecil B. Day Program for Business Ethics seeks to develop the highest ethical standards in the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business community by supporting curriculum, research, and specific extracurricular activities that increase the understanding of ethics.

The program's outreach includes supporting the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact's Ideas 2 Serve competition, the Net Impact, an annual speaker series, and grants to faculty who incorporate ethics into their curriculum or do research that relates to business ethics issues. 

About Cecil B. Day

Cecil B. Day Sr. was the founder and chairman of the board of Days Inns of America, Inc. In 2013, the Day family established the Cecil B. Day Program in Business Ethics at Georgia Tech.

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Faculty & Student Support

Grants from the Cecil B. Day Foundation are awarded to faculty who investigate ethical issues in their research or integrate ethics into their curriculum. Student support from the Foundation includes financial assistance for travel to attend the Net Impact conference and to participate in case competitions related to business ethics.

Cecil B. Day Prize

The Program supports the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact by granting a $2,500 top prize for the Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition's Advanced Track.