On the CIB Blog
Being Faithful with Big Data
by Kristen Voetmann
Digital Homo Economicus
by Bruce Baker
Lessons on Spiritual Capital from Silicon Valley
by Bruce Baker
CIB is pleased to host Kiros Seattle's monthly breakfast event on May 30.
Summer Institute 2013
The Center for Integrity in Business and Center for Biblical and Theological Education are delighted to offer two one-week courses in June. These are geared for business leaders, pastors and church leaders, and theology students. More»
Our Search for a New Dean
Please keep the Search Committee in your prayers as they make their recommendation from four final candidates for dean of the School of Business & Economics.
When he was 87, Forbes magazine described Peter Drucker as "one of the youngest-thinking people in America, and certainly one of the clearest-thinking."
Drucker was a widely-known and influential thinker and writer on the topic of management theory and practice. CIB is hosting "Management as a Liberal Art: Insights from Peter Drucker, Our Christian Faith, and the Practice of Management," a one-day conference... More»
Researching 'Spiritual Capital'
What does it take to get an entrepreneurial venture off the ground? Could spiritual capital be an important part of the mix? Read more about Dr. Bruce Baker’s exciting research exploring lessons learned on spiritual capital from Silicon Valley. Dr. Baker says, "I can think of nothing more thrilling in my business career..." More»
Featured Scholar: Bruce Baker
In this Q&A, Dr. Bruce Baker, assistant professor of business ethics, explains his journey from studying astrophysics to pastoring a church to teaching in Seattle Pacific's School of Business and Economics. Read why he says, "I'm not worried about humanity at all." More»
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Events & Announcements
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Ethix issue 83 features an interview with Steve Tourek, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Marvin Companies. Steve talks about his journey into - and out of - commercial litigation, and what he loves about now working for a company owned and operated by
third- and fourth-generation members of the Marvin family.
Faith and Work
The Autumn 2012 issue of Response is devoted to faith and work. Take a look at the thoughtful and thought-provoking articles, which include pieces contributed by Jeff Van Duzer, Kenman Wong, and John Terrill.
FREE STUDY GUIDE
If you want to get more out of Jeff Van Duzer's book, Why Business Matters to God, download this free study guide (PDF, 2 MB).