Florida Tech Business Ethics Conference Set for April 22

– The Florida Tech School of Management Center for Business Ethics will host its Fourth Annual Business Ethics Conference on Thursday, April 22, from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harris Corp. headquarters, Phillip W. Farmer Customer Briefing Center. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.

The keynote speaker will be Stanley Flink. He is a former correspondent for Life magazine and writer/producer for CBS News and NBC News. He currently is a
Yale University lecturer in political science.

Following his talk there will be breakout sessions, which include “Ethics for Board Members, “Ethics in Public Relations,” and “The Boeing Corporation:
Lessons Learned.”

Eugene Cavallucci, vice president and counsel for Harris Corporation will be moderator of a noon panel discussion on Ethics in Our Everyday Lives.
Panelists will be Stanley Flink, Dr. Richard DiPatri, superintendent of the Brevard County Schools; John Glisch, editorial page editor, Florida Today;
Bruce Melnick, vice president, The Boeing Corporation; Michael Maguire, former chair of the Health First Board Audit Committee; and Neal Stein, a vice
president with Edelman public relations.

Cost of the conference is $75 in advance and $85 the day of the event. There is no cost to students who register and present student I.D. before April 22.

The conference is sponsored by Harris Corporation and Riverside National Bank. For information and reservations, contact Jean Grunke, School of Management,
at (321) 674 7327 or at jgrunke@fit.edu.

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