One of the joys of teaching at LCU is that we get to work with students who not only want to learn about business but who are truly invested in becoming better people. Mady Bozdech, currently a senior, is one of those students.
While checking my Facebook feed on Friday, I noticed this (unsolicited) bit of praise. Mady is taking my colleague’s business ethics class this semester. Honestly, Mady’s comment isn’t rare; I hear students share similar thoughts about Mr. Teoro’s class all the time.
In case you can’t see the graphic above, here’s what Mady said:
I am so blessed to go to a school where my business classes are just as spiritually challenging and enriching as my Bible classes, if not more. My business ethics class this semester, even in these first few weeks, has been one of the most personally challenging, yet enriching classes that I have ever taken.