Why do the right thing…and how do you know if you are doing the right thing?
The Assistant Dean of Students at Purdue, Mr. Harry Brown, will be conducting thought experiments to help answer questions regarding the duties of an individual towards ethical conduct and the direct/indirect consequences that can result from unethical behavior. Come along to this interactive session to test your expectations of ‘what is acceptable moral conduct.’
Professional Development Seminar:Â Ethics – A Brief Discussion
Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
Venue: ARMS B071
Guest Speaker:Â Mr. Harry Brown, Assistant Dean of Students at Purdue University
Bio of Speaker:
Mr. Harry Brown is an Assistant Dean of Students at Purdue University and Director of the Office of Leadership Development and Community Service (more commonly known as the Boiler Volunteer Network). He directs the universityâ€™s co-curricular service and leadership development programs. He was the executive director of the Greater Lafayette Volunteer Bureau ( GLVB ) for 6 years. Under his leadership the GLVB emerged as a respected full-service volunteer center. He has served as director and senior consultant with the Western-Region of the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network (a program of the Indiana Association of United Ways and the Lily Endowment). He continues to work with nonprofit organizations in the areas of board governance, outcomes measurement and evaluation, strategic planning, and volunteer program development and management. He is a former lobbyist and college instructor (Public Policy and Public Administration). He has also served two terms as president of the Indiana Association of Volunteer Centers and served as a member of the Indiana Commission for Community Service and Volunteerism. He has a BA in Political Science from Eisenhower College/Rochester Institute of Technology and an MA in Political Science from Miami University.
Free Pizza and soft drinks will be provided.