Rotary District 7300, 2013 Ethics Symposium
Due to inclement weather, the Symposium originally scheduled for March 6th, 8:00 A.M – 2:00 P.M. at Duquesne University
has been postponed.
Please check back for the rescheduled date.
The Ethics Symposium is an annual Rotary District 7300 program supported by District 7300 Rotary Clubs to provoke discussion of ethical issues important to high school students as they prepare for life in today's society.
This year the focus will be on “Ethics in the Age of Information and Social Networking”. Workshops will provide the opportunity to discuss these issues in small group settings with local experts from across the region.
Opening discussion: Tom Fallon, District 7300 Chairperson and a "Lincoln-Douglas" debate by members of the North Allegheny High School Forensics Team.
Workshop presenters will include:
Jon Delano, KDKA TV Political Analyst and Reporter
Patty DeMarco, Ph.D. – Director of the Rachel Carson Institute at Chatham University
Dr. Virginia Gerde, - Director of Business Ethics, Beard Center for Ethics at Duquesne University
Saleem Ghubril, Executive Director, The Pittsburgh Promise
William O'Rouke, Executive Director, Beard Center for Ethics at Duquesne University
James Roddey, Principal, ParenteBeard, LLC
David Shribman, Executive Editor & VP Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Dave Waslieski, Ph.D – Professor of Business Ethics at Duquesne University
Dr. James Weber, - Chair, Palumbo Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University
Keynote speaker: Bill Isler, President of the Fred Rogers Group.