Carlow’s CSR Speaker Series: Howard Stern to talk about ethics in information technology on February 10

Howard Stern, PhD, director and chief information officer for the City of Pittsburgh, will speak to Carlow MBA students, faculty, and alumni about Ethical Challenges of IT Leadership on Thursday, February 10, 2011, from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in room 107 of the A.J. Palumbo Hall of Science and Technology.

In addition to his position with the City of Pittsburgh, Stern is also the Spring 2011 executive in residence for Carlow’s MBA Program.

Stern’s presentation is part of Carlow University’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Speaker Series, sponsored by the Carlow MBA Program and The Grace Ann Geibel Institute for Social Justice and Responsibility.

The Carlow University Speaker Series on Corporate Social Responsibility is designed to promote deeper understanding of CSR among the Carlow community. As part of the MBA program, the speaker series provides a forum on social justice and responsibility within the context of corporate business practices to stimulate intellectual discussions and new insights about how social justice can foster responsible corporate practices.

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