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(Boston, Mass.) — The Center for the Advancement of Ethics and Character at Boston University will host “Ethics in the Professions” on March 26 at the University’s School of Management. The symposium will address the importance of moral behavior across professional fields of medicine, law, communication, theology, and business.
Following opening remarks by Boston University President ad interim Aram V. Chobanian, the event will begin with presentations by a panel of diverse scholars from the University’s professional schools, including the School of Public Health, the School of Management, the College of Communication, and the School of Law. Panelists will explore the opportunities and challenges related to ethics in their respective professions, citing particular issues that arise in their daily work.
The program will conclude with an informal discussion of ethics scholars including professors of philosophy and education and the headmaster of Boston University Academy.
Ethics in the Professions
Friday, March 26
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Boston University, School of Management, Room 426-428, 595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA