Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace
The Tyson Center aims to help students understand the challenges and rewards associated with integrating religious identity and diversity in the workplace. It also focuses on developing outreach programs on issues related to faith and spirituality in the workplace that will be offered to interested groups including businesses and civic organizations.
In doing so it helps focus on the intersection of faith and behavior in the workplace, and offers students an opportunity to explore leadership options within that context.
Faith, Spirituality and Workplace
A Course offered by Tyson Center
The Tyson Center introduced the course "Faith, Spirituality and Workplace" (MGMT 4103) in Fall of 2017 with two sections and 30 student capacity. The class has now grown to a capacity of 50 students and continues to grow with increasing demand.
With workplaces all over going more and more global, the class taught by Dr. Denise Breaux Soignet (far left in picture from 2017), focuses on educating students to be aware and be sensitive to religions in workplace and consider the complexity in issues related to one's faith, values and purpose and how they may influence the workplace.Learn more about the class