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The Ethics Guy speaking to students in IU's Kelley School
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 23, 2007
EDITORS: This event is not open to the public, but reporters are welcome. He will speak at 9 and 11 a.m. at Willkie Auditorium, 150 N. Rose Ave. His speech may not be recorded, but he will be available for interviews after his first presentation.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Bruce Weinstein, an author and commentator popularly known as The Ethics Guy ®, will speak to students at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
The title of his Nov. 9 speech will be, "Life Principles: Feeling Good by Doing Good." Each semester, the Kelley School brings prominent outside speakers to complement classes taught in its integrated core program.
"The Kelley School of Business considers student involvement in corporate social responsibility, community awareness and ethical behavior to be the cornerstone of business leadership development," said M.A. Venkataramanan, the Glaubinger Professor of Business Administration and chairperson of undergraduate programs at Kelley.
"The ethics workshop associated with integrated core in which Dr. Weinstein will be interacting with students is one of several leadership development activities aimed at our outstanding student body," he added. "I am confident our students will greatly benefit from the interaction with The Ethics Guy ®."
A professional ethicist, Weinstein has been an analyst on programs such as NBC's Today, ABC's Good Morning America, CNN's Reliable Sources, CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 and Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends. His column, "Ask The Ethics Guy ®," appears b-weekly on BusinessWeek.com and also is distributed internationally by McClatchy-Tribune.
He is the author or editor of five books on ethics, including his most recent, Life Principles: Feeling Good by Doing Good (Emmis Books, 2005). Copies of that book will be given to every student in attendance, as a result of a gift by U.S. Steel.
Weinstein is a W.K. Kellogg National Fellow. He received a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Swarthmore College, a Ph.D. in philosophy and bioethics from Georgetown University and a certificate in film production from New York University.