The Cary M. Maguire Fellowship in Applied Ethics supports an individual or individuals working on meaningful research focused on the financial services industry. This research aims to foster productive engagement with industry groups, the academic community and regulatory agencies by enabling leaders to recognize the individual and systems-level factors that can help raise the level of ethical behavior in the financial services industry.
Research conducted by the Maguire Fellows is disseminated in multiple forums and formats, including through our events, in industry-facing publications, as well as peer-reviewed journals.
Our Maguire Fellows are respected researchers and practitioners who have successfully demonstrated their expertise and skills to communicate complex theories and data-driven insights to a broad audience.
Dr. Caterina Bulgarella
Dr. Bulgarella is an organizational psychologist with deep expertise in organizational culture and behavioral ethics. Her academic and applied research work includes the study of self-regulation and self-control processes, leadership behavior, employee engagement, organizational trust, conduct risk, teamwork and collaboration, conflict and negotiation, and work meaning. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with senior leaders to build high-performance culture practices, ethical leadership, and purposeful work, by integrating scientific insights and applied best practices.
Dr. Bulgarella holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from New York University. She serves on the I/O Psychology Master’s program at New York University (NYU), and she is a member of the Ethical Systems’ core research team. She regularly contributes with her writing and talks about culture, ethics, and leadership to a number of different fora.
Dr. Kevin Gibson is a professor of philosophy at Marquette University in the Klinger College of Arts and Sciences. He served as Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Philosophy for six years, as Director of the Center for Ethics Studies from 2001 to 2012, and most recently as the Interim Dean of the Graduate School. He also teaches business ethics in the College of Business Administration. Born in the United Kingdom, Gibson was commissioned from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and served as an infantry officer before earning his BA (Hons) in philosophy in 1980 at Sussex University. He moved to the United States, where he attended Harvard University and received an EdM in Administration and Social Policy in 1985. He trained with the Harvard Mediation Project, and has worked as a professional mediator and trainer. At the University of Colorado, Boulder, Gibson earned an MA in philosophy in 1989 and a PhD in philosophy in 1991, with a focus on ethics and contemporary issues. Gibson joined Marquette’s faculty in 1995. During his time at Marquette, the Executive MBA Program has awarded him the Excellence in Executive Education Award six times. He was a recipient of the Helen Way Klinger Humanities Fellowship in 2008. Gibson’s research concentration is the study of ethics, widely understood as the way that we treat one another and the world around us. He is the author of two major textbooks: Introduction to Ethics (Pearson Press, 2013) and Business and Ethics: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press, 2007). He has also authored or co-authored more than 30 scholarly articles. His most recent research deals with issues of valuing community and the environment when discussing issues of sustainability.