May Lunch'n Explore: "Leadership as an Ethical Obligation"

Lunch'n Explore programs feature presentations by prominent speakers from the area in luncheon talks that include table converation and opportunities for questions and answers.  Enjoy a good lunch and join in conversation and discussion.

Event SpeakerDr. Ronald J. Bennett is Professor Emeritus and Honeywell Fellow in Global Technology Management and the Founding Dean of the School of Engineering at the University of St. Thomas.  Prior to joining the UST faculty, Bennett held executive positions in industry for more than 20 years, working at BMC Industries, CPI (now Boston Scientific), and Teltech, as well as several entrepreneurial organizations.  He has a wide variety of academic publications, and is co-author of Leadership for Engineers:  The Magic of Mindset (McGraw-Hill).

Event Details:  Friday, May 3, 2013, 11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Anderson Student Center, Woulfe-North (3rd Floor), UST St. Paul Campus

Event Description:  We will discuss the notion that today’s global big issues all have technology as a basis of their solution, yet they are complicated by emotional and political aspects.  The discussion will center on whether technically educated people have an ethical obligation to take leadership roles in solving these problems, learn to understand and address the emotional and political aspects, and step up and be heard.

Event Cost:  $25.00 per person; if you require a vegetarian meal, and are registering on-line, please opt for this in your meal preference.  If you are registering by mail, please include a note with your registration form with this request.  (Registration for this event closes on April 26, 2013, and payment must be at the Center by this date.)

To register on-line with a credit card, click on this linkhttps://webapp.stthomas.edu/eventregistration/UST/register.jsp?eventcrn=A5786

To register by check or cash through the mail or in-person, click on this link for the registration formSpring 2013 Registration Form

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