The Summer Institute on Ethical Leadership aims to provide future leaders with tools to use when dealing with challenging situations. Twelve students were part of the inaugural cohort, and twelve alums returned to campus to lead the program. Applications for the 2017 institute are due March 13, 2017.
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"In Game Theory, we assume that all decision makers are rational—that they’ll choose what’s best for them given the constraints they’re facing, while taking into account the choices of others—and examine what sorts of strategies they’d undertake as rational actors. This allows us to theorize in a very precise way and generate hypotheses about the real world." — Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Matthew Incantalupo