A PRME co-sponsored event, the 10th Bentley Global Business Ethics Symposium - The Opportunities and Challenges of Integrated Reporting: Stakeholder Perspectives in a Global Environment - and Faculty Development Teaching Workshop will take place May 19-23, 2014 at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Symposium: Monday, May 19, 2014, Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Faculty Development Teaching Business Ethics Workshop: Tuesday May 20 – Friday, May 23.
The symposium, the 10th in a multi-year partnership, is intended to unite business and higher education in the common goal of building a strong ethical foundation from which to serve our many constituencies and communities. The event will bring together international experts for in-depth discussions of current practices and challenges in business ethics, corporate responsibility, and sustainability. Over 30 speakers and panelists from leading companies, universities and NGOs across the globe will share their thoughts throughout the day in a series of interactive panels. The full programme and registration details will be available soon at: http://www.bentley.edu/events/symposium. Cynthia Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org), the incoming director of Bentley’s Alliance for Ethics & Social Responsibility, will be overseeing the programme.
The Symposium is followed by Bentley’s Teaching Business Ethics Faculty Development Workshop (May 20-23). If you are interested in participating in the workshop or looking for more information, please contact Tony Buono (email@example.com). Due to the generous support of the State Street Foundation travel and accommodation stipends/support are available – but space is limited. Additional information on the Teaching Workshop is available at: http://www.bentley.edu/centers/alliance/global-business-ethics-teaching-workshop.
The event is held in memory of Timothy B. Harbert, Chairman and CEO of State Street Global Advisors and Trustee and Alumnus of Bentley College.