Timothy Fort

Eveleigh Professor of Business Ethics; Kelley School of Business at Kelley School of Business


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Kelley School of Business

Timothy L. Fort, PhD and JD, holds the Eveleigh Professorship in Business Ethics and is a professor of business law and ethics at the Kelley School of Business.

Fort has written nearly 80 articles and 15 books including two winners of the Best Book Award from the Academy of Management for Social Issues: The Diplomat in the Corner Office (2016) and The Sincerity Edge (2017), co-authored with Countess Alexandra of Fredriksborg. He has won 12 research awards from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, the Society of Business Ethics, and the Academy of Management and has served on the editorial boards of the flagship journals for each of these associations. He has also won five teaching awards and served as director of an institute, department chair, and interim associate dean.

He currently serves on the board of directors of the Kelley Executive Education Foundation and served for two years on the regional advisory board of Old National Bank.

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