Fall Ethics Breakfast Seminar
The College of Business Center for Business Ethics is hosting an ethics breakfast seminar on Thursday September 29 at 7:30 a.m. in the Hartley Room, second
floor of the Denius Student Center, with David M. Steele, Ph.D., dean of the College of Business, as the keynote speaker. “Ethical Dilemmas in a Global
Environment” is the topic of Dr. Steele’s address. Admission to the breakfast seminar is free to students and committee members and $5.00 for all others.
To reserve your seat, please R.S.V.P. to Sharon Carnohan at (321) 674-7347 or email@example.com by Tuesday September 27. The objective of the Center for
Business Ethics is to provide a forum for exploring and furthering ethical practices in organizations, to support and participate in ethics-related
education opportunities, e.g. conferences, guest speaker appearances, publishing written materials and high school ethics competitions, and to continually
promote the importance of ethical behavior in society with particular emphasis on the business community. For more information on the center, call (321)