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The Student Leadership and Ethics Board of the Bernstein Center proudly hosted its Leadership and Ethics Week from April 2nd-6th, 2018. Please find below our full week of events which were dedicated to exploring the theme of "The Future of Work."
"FinTech for Good" A Discussion on Using Technology to Promote Financial Inclusion"
"Ethical Leadership in Emerging Markets" with Luis Miguel Castillo (No longer accepting applications)
"The Future of Work in the Food Industry"
Aspen Institute Business & Society International MBA Case Competition
"Pioneering Ethics in Finance: The Future of Impact Investing"
"Artificial Intelligence and The Future of Work"
"Using Power Ethically" with Professor Mabel Abraham