Notre Dame Alumni Club hosts Business Ethics Lecture Oct. 15

  • Rev. Oliver F. Williams

    Rev. Oliver F. Williams

 
Submitted by Rosary High School
Posted10/9/2019 5:28 PM

The Notre Dame Alumni Club of Aurora/Fox Valley is offering a free lecture "Can You Do Well While Doing Good?" by the Rev. Oliver F. Williams of Notre Dame at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the Rosary High School auditorium, 901 N. Edgelawn Drive in Aurora. It open to the public.

Many believe that business ethics is an oxymoron. This lecture will discuss and give examples of how it is possible for a business manager to exhibit superior performance in business and yet be a model of virtue and ethical values.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Rev. Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C., Ph.D., '61, '69 M.A., is a faculty member of the Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and is director of the Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business. Williams is the editor or author of 20 books as well as numerous articles on business ethics in journals. He is an ordained priest in the Congregation of Holy Cross.

This presentation is a part of the Hesburgh Lecture Series which, inspired by the late Father Hesburgh's example of lifelong learning, has been bringing Notre Dame faculty to Notre Dame alumni clubs and their local communities since 1986.

The Notre Dame Alumni Club of Aurora/Fox Valley is made up of graduates, parents and friends of Notre Dame, and serves Kane and DeKalb counties in Illinois.

Rosary High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory high school for young women located at in Aurora, and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois. For more information about Rosary High School, visit www.rosaryhs.com.

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