UR faculty examine relationship among ethics, equality, environment
REDLANDS, California (March 20, 2017)— A panel of faculty members from the University of Redlands will reflect on the relationship among ethics, inequality and the environment at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, in Hall of Letters 100. The event is free and open to the public.
Speakers will include:
- Julia Brandes, assistant professor of environmental economics, School of Business
- Carlo Carrascoso, associate professor of business ethics and director of the Banta Center for Business, Ethics, and Society, School of Business
- Larry Gross, associate professor and San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Endowed Chair of Native American Studies, Race and Ethnic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
- Hilary Jenkins, associate professor of environmental studies, College of Arts and Sciences
- Denise MacNeil, professor of literature, School of Business
- Nick Reksten, assistant professor of economics, College of Arts and Sciences
- Jim Spee, professor of management and sustainability and design, School of Business
Breakout session venues will be announced during the forum.
The event is sponsored by the Banta Center for Business, Ethics, and Society and is part of the Banta Center Speaker Series, a forum for the examination of ethical issues in business and society. It seeks to increase awareness through a dialogue with practitioners and scholars from a broad range of fields and disciplines on the issues that deeply matter to us.