Albers School of Business and Economics
Center for Business Ethics

Albers Ethics Week

  • May 4-8, 2015

     

    Albers Ethics Week brings speakers to undergraduate and graduate-level courses across the Albers curriculum. The goals are to increase student awareness of ethical issues in the workplace and to help students learn how to address and resolve ethical issues effectively, compassionately, and fairly. Outside speakers bring real-world examples of how to create ethical organizational cultures and address the role of culture in promoting the good of stakeholders and the physical environment. This is the fourth year of the event. Speakers will present in over 100 courses and there will be one keynote:

     Monday, May 4, 2015, Albers Ethics Week Keynote Panel, Catherine Banks, Ernst & Young Foundation, Andrew Bor, Perkins Coie, Robert George, Esterline Technology, and Dominique Vincenti, Nordstrom, "Succeeding in the 21st Century Corporation: Evolving Standards of Conduct and Behavior," Pigott Auditorium, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Sponsored by Boeing, Beta Alpha Psi, and Albers Undergraduate Leadership Club. For more information, contact John Dienhart at dienharj@seattleu.edu.