Bill English was a 2017 Visiting Faculty Fellow and is now Assistant Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. Previously, he served as the research director of the Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard, where he pursued empirical and normative investigations of "institutional corruption." Bill was also an associate with the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching, where his research examined new educational technologies, the value of humanistic learning, and questions about civic education and the public role of universities. Uniting his diverse research interests are basic questions concerning how people develop ethical convictions and how these convictions shape behavior in the context of various material and informational constraints. As part of his collaboration with the Human Flourishing Program, Bill is writing a book that examines the history of methodological debates in the social sciences, arguing that insights from the humanities can help certain research programs become more useful.