Ethics and the Professions Series Presents: “Food for Thought”

5:15 PM  - 6:45 PM
Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
Center for Religious and Spiritual Life Lounge, Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel

Come hear individuals from the corporate, governmental and non-profit sector speak about living out their values in the context of their work.

How does one negotiate their own personal beliefs about food while working on the issue?

Dinner provided, but limited space is available. RSVP required online here or by calling Civic Engagement Center at 651-696-6040 before February 11.

Panelists for this presentation include:

  • Tim Johnson, Research and Development, General Mills
  • Betsy Clark, WIC (Women, Infant, Children) Program, MN Department of Health
  • Phil Rooney, Youth Farm and Market

Sponsored by the Lilly Program and the IGC Student Council.

The Ethics and the Professions Series explores the role that a variety of professions play in strengthening our common societal good. Does one's work simply provide for one's personal needs or can it play a role in enriching our democracy? The series features the stories of local individuals and how they have lived out the shared ethical standards of their profession. Students will ask questions and speak frankly with professionals who are navigating ethical questions within the context of work while attempting to put their ideals into action.

Sponsored By: Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC), Lilly Project for Vocation and Ethical Leadership

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