Tuesday, November 6 2018
8:00am - 12:00pm
The Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech
For more information:

Paula Gross
Assistant to the Associate Director
Department of Internal Auditing
ethicalleadership@gatech.edu

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Ethical Leadership: A Shared Commitment

The Georgia Tech campus community is invited to hear from Institute leadership on fostering a campus culture of ethics and integrity in order to preserve the public trust.

Keynote speaker, President G. P. “Bud” Peterson will talk about the importance of cultivating character and understanding the difference between acting in compliance and acting ethically in our complex environment.

An interactive panel discussion will follow President Peterson. Panelists include:

  • Steve Salbu, Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics at the Scheller College of Business
  • Aisha Oliver-Staley, Interim Vice President for Ethics, Compliance and Legal Affairs
  • Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, Executive Director for Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting

This event is at full capacity but will be live webstreamed. You may view the live webstream at gatech.edu/about/ethics. The campus community is also invited to view the live webstream at the following reserved locations:

  • Tech Square Research Building, Auditorium 118
  • Student Success Center, President’s Suite B

This event is part of Ethics Awareness Week. Learn more at gatech.edu/about/ethics.

Additional information

If going to the Historic Academy of Medicine, attendees are encouraged to arrive by 8:00 a.m. to enjoy a continental breakfast and network with fellow colleagues. The program will begin at 9 a.m.

Limited parking is available behind the Historic Academy of Medicine. Georgia Tech attendees are encouraged to use campus transportation.

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