Fall 2017 Events

September 19: Montrone Seminar Series with Kimberly Strong, Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

September 20:  Data, Ethics, and Decision-Making Lecture Series with Dr. Jeannette Wing, Co-Sponsored by ISERP and DSI 

October 5: The 2017 Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics, Honoree: Ben Horowitz, CoFounder and General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz

October 9:  Data, Ethics, and Decision-Making Lecture Series with Dr. Wendy Tam Cho, Co-Sponsored by ISERP and DSI 

October 10: Big Data, Privacy, and Social Science Research: A Faculty Panel featuring Author and New York Times Op-Ed Contributor, Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

October 26: Faculty/SLEB Breakfast with Associate Dean Michael Malone 

October 26: Leading Ethical Innovation and  Disruption with Hilton Romanski, SVP and Chief Strategy Officer, Cisco,

October 31: Fairness in Funding: Diversity and Inclusion in the Venture Capital Industry, Co-Sponsored by  The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center as part of #CBSstartupsweek

Ocotber 31: Montrone Seminar Series with Georgia Papathomas, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals

November 8: Remembering Our Fallen at Columbia University, Co-Sponsored by Military in Business Association as part of Patriot Week

November 10: Student Leadership and Ethics Board Business Ethics Case Competition

November 14: The Drug Pricing Debate: All Sides Considered,  Co-Sponsored by The Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program

November 14: Montrone Seminar Series with Professor David Miller, Ethicist, Citigroup

November 16: Lessons from the Holocaust: The Business Perspective, Information Session on Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics in Business (FASPE) in Business Summer Program

December 1: NYC Business Ethics in Practice Thought Forum

December 6: Pioneering Leadership in FinTech, Noah Kerner, CEO, Acorns 

December 6: Did the Global Financial Crisis Destroy Europe's Social Bargain? Bernstein Debate