Student Scholar 2015
Camden Robinson is a junior from Park City, Utah. He will graduate in 2017 with a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Spanish Studies. Camden is fascinated by the impact of business on society, leading him to pursue dual interests in social innovation and business ethics. As a member of the Social Innovation Leadership Council at BYU, he is currently working on the development of a new program called the Ballard Scholar of Social Innovation. He also recently completed an internship with U.S. Synthetic, where he designed a service program that would engage the company's 900 employees. While in school, he assists with ongoing research and writing for academic publications on business ethics as a research assistant at the Wheatley Institution. His current project is helping write an ethics field guide for professionals that presents a typology of ethical dilemmas in organizations. In his free time, Camden pursues a near limitless number of interests. Depending on the day, you can find him on the tennis court, tearing up the ski slopes, searching out the best local restaurants, adding new tracks to his public Spotify playlists, or writing in a 600-page journal he has kept since he was 14. After completing his studies, he plans on pursuing a career in management consulting before going to business school.
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