Symposium to address corporate governance

The Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values will sponsor a symposium on corporate governance and ethics from 8-10 a.m. April 23 at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center.

Panelists for the John Dubinsky Symposium on Corporate Governance and Ethics will include Benjamin F. Edwards III, former chairman and chief executive officer of A.G. Edwards; William Emmons, economist at the Federal Reserve Bank; John Emshwiller, the Wall Street Journal reporter who uncovered the Enron case; and Joshua Hochberg, chief of the Fraud Division at the U.S. Justice Department.

“In organizing this panel of nationally recognized leaders in business, law, media and public policy, the center hopes to forge a dialogue on one of the most important ethical issues facing corporate America,” said Stuart D. Yoak, Ph.D., the center’s executive director. “Hearing from those who represent fundamental perspectives on this topic is a critical step in rebuilding trust and restoring integrity.”

Miriam Miquelon, J.D., adjunct professor of law, and Stacy L. Jackson, Ph.D., assistant dean in experimental learning and professional development in the Olin School of Business, helped organize the event and will serve as moderators.

Support for the symposium was provided in part by BJC HealthCare.

A continental breakfast will be provided beginning at 7:15 a.m.

For more information, call the Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values at 935-9358 or go online to

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