2019 Events Calendar

We invite you to Business Ethics Week 2019

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Engage with our guest speakers at events held during Business Ethics Week, November 18–22, 2019, at San Francisco State University and the San Francisco State University Downtown Campus. No RSVPs are necessary.

Monday, November 18

Artificial Intelligence & The Environment

12:30-1:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, BUS 202

Technological advances to minimize waste

Equitable Worlds: Ethical Finance & Technology

6:30-7:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Tuesday, November 19

Sustainability@SFSU

12:30-1:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Creating Regenerative Ecosystems

3:30-5p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Screening: The Biggest Little Farm

Reimagining Capitalism

5-6:15p.m., San Francisco State University Downtown Campus, Room 613
  • Conversations with Industry Professionals. Net Impact
  • Moderated by Professor Oscar Stewart

Circular Economies and Ethical Supply Chains

6:30-7:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121
  • Una Hrnjak, Global Sustainability Manager, The GAP, Inc.

Wednesday, November 20

Knowledge Ethics @ Work: Finance, Ethics and Compliance

12:30-1:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Screening: The Blue Company

  • Jordan Neilsen, SFSU Libraries

Reimagining Capitalism

3:30-5p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Inclusion Starts at the Top

6:30-7:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Now in BUS 202

Thursday, November 21

Speaking Up and Speaking For

6:30-7:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

The Conscription of Political Representatives

Friday, November 22

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

12:30-1:30p.m., San Francisco State University Main Campus, Library 121

Advances in Electric Vehicles and Automation

  • Genetic Privacy and Database Re-identification Risks