Craig P. Dunn is Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs within the College of Business and Economics at Western Washington University and an Associate Professor Emeritus of San Diego State University, in both instances specializing in business and society issues. His research interests include managerial ethics and values, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, the meaning of work, and social entrepreneurship. He is active in the International Association for Business and Society (IABS)—publisher of the journal Business & Society—, having served on the Board of Directors as well as Past President. Craig serves on the Advisory Committee of Washington Campus Compact, a state-wide organization dedicated to advancing service-learning within the region. He additionally is on the institutional team of the CASTL Leadership Program, a teaching and learning initiative sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Learning.

Craig was guest editor for an influential special issue of Business Horizons, July-August, 1991. His articles have also appeared in Business Ethics Quarterly, International Journal of Leadership Studies, Journal of Management EducationJournal of Nonprofit ManagementEmployee Responsibilities and Rights JournalJournal of International ManagementVoluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit OrganizationsSelected Readings for CPAs in IndustryDictionary of Business Ethics, and Mapping Strategic Thought.

He was awarded the 1989-90 Schuyler F. Otteson Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award from Indiana University, as well as the 1992 Department of Management Outstanding Faculty Award at San Diego State University. He has served on the Board of Directors of Mission Federal Credit Union, the Greater Golden Hill Community Development Corporation, the Corporate Governance Institute, the Green Restaurant AssociationLydia Place, as well as the Ethics Advisory Panel for the Institute for Local Government, the research arm of the League of California Cities, and the Ethics Advisory Committee of the Port of Bellingham. Craig is both a senior consultant with the Centre for Organization Effectiveness as well as a partner in Model Governance, LLC, a governance training company. He has also taught at San Diego State UniversityRice UniversityIndiana University, and California State University, Bakersfield.

Ph.D., Indiana University.