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Grant Rozeboom

Assistant Professor of Business Administration – Business Ethics 

B.A., University of Northern Iowa 
Ph.D., Stanford University

Programs: Business Administration

Grant J. Rozeboom is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration-Business Ethics. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Stanford University, where he taught courses in ethics, moral psychology, and the history of philosophy. He also taught for the University of San Francisco and Stanford Online High School. He was raised in Iowa, and received his B.A. in philosophy from the University of Northern Iowa.

Professor Rozeboom's research currently focuses on how social institutions, including workplaces, can incorporate practices of mutual respect in order to mitigate our natural tendency to be anxious about the opinion of others. He is exploring how Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s views about these matters can shed light on such questions as how to structure hierarchical institutions and what kinds of social equality matter.
Rozeboom also regularly facilitates sessions for the Center for Exceptional Leadership in such areas as ethical integrity, empathy and respect, and moral leadership.

  • “The Anti-Inflammatory Basis of Equality,” forthcoming for Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics
  • “Side Effects and the Structure of Deliberation,” Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 
  • “The Motives for Moral Credit,” Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy
BUAD 210 Business Ethics 
BUAD 430 Corporate Social Responsibility (community-engaged course)
BUAD 512 Business Ethics & Value-Based Leadership 
PHIL 242 Blaming and Forgiving
PHIL 120 Philosophical Foundations of Human Nature
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