Downtown Opus leadership event includes UST's Caruso

Downtown Opus leadership event includes UST's Caruso

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Tommie Football head coach Glenn Caruso is among three individuals who will receive awards this Thursday March 1 from St. Thomas' Center for Ethical Organizations.
The organization will hold an evening event in downtown Minneapolis, with a talk by CEO/President Bill Brendel of UST's Opus School of Business (see details below).
In his 10 seasons on campus, Caruso has taken his Tommie teams to two national championship games among eight NCAA playoff appearances. His teams have also won six MIAC championships, with an overall won-loss record of 110-17. He has received multiple National Coach of the Year Awards from the American Football Coaches' Association, Liberty Mutual and American Football Monthly.

The Center for Ethical Organizations will host 
Principled Leadership Spotlight Event

Thursday, March 1

University of St Thomas School of Law Atrium
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
​Complimentary drinks & hors d'oeuvres will be served

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Below, please find some highlights of our upcoming signature event:

  • CEO President, ​Dr. Bill Brendel will speak on the topic: "Bringing Humanity Back to Work"
  • Celebrate a new approach to developing ethical organizations through our three pillar approach: Principled Leadership, Organizational Citizenship, and Meaningful Work. 
  • Learn about our new products and services, senior fellows, and future-forward education products, such as VirtuCase, our virtual reality ethical decision-making simulation.
  • Network with like-minded people. 
  • Award presentations to Andrew Duff, John Taft and Glenn Caruso 
  • Enter to win prizes: (1) a 50% first time (one year) membership discount; and (2) one of 3 free spots in our ETHOS Culture Certification Programs (Learn More Here)


If you have any specific questions about the Spotlight Event or the Center for Ethical Organizations, please feel free to contact Nicole Zwieg Daly at