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Dear UW alumni and friends,
Please join us for the Seattle Area Delta Gamma Lectureship on Values and Ethics featuring investigative reporter James B. Stewart.
Ethics and Leadership
October 2, 2012, 7 p.m.,
Kane Hall 120, University of Washington
unprecedented series of corporate scandals, many investigated by journalist
James B. Stewart, have left Americans deeply troubled by the ethical lapses of
top business leaders. What explains these ethical failures? And why does crisis
also bring out highly ethical, even self-sacrificing behavior in some people,
as exemplified on Sept. 11, 2001?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author James B.
Stewart combines the skills of an investigative reporter with the style and
sensibility of a novelist, examining events in finance, law, and politics that
shape American society.
Stewart's New York Times column, “Common
Sense,” appears weekly in the Business Day section. He provides
skillful coverage of corporate America and Wall Street, often exploring the use
of power at the highest levels of business and government. A former Wall Street
Journal reporter and front-page editor, Stewart received two Gerald
Loeb Awards, the George Polk Award for financial reporting, and a Pulitzer
Prize with his deputy editor during his time at the paper. Stewart went on to
become the founding editor of SmartMoney.
Cost: Free admission. Advance registration is required.
This lecture is supported by the Seattle Area Delta Gamma
Lectureship for Values and Ethics.