The Ethics Hot Seat Speaker Series is dedicated to bringing outstanding speakers to campus to engage our students, faculty, alumni and the business community in thought-provoking dialogue about ethical issues.
2021 Ethics Speaker Series Featuring UT Students
Understanding Generational Attitudes
Are you a #Millennial, #GenZ or #Boomer? Please join us for an event where Generation Z, millennial and baby boomer generational viewpoints will be shared, compared, discussed and debated. This virtual panel will get to the heart of some trending topics to uncover how we view topics ranging from work-life balance to mental health and relationships. Our featured student panelists are Craig Trapani '21 (4 + 1 MBA), Jessie Tobin '21 (advertising and public relations), Francesca Rusca '21 (accounting) and Maya Smith '20 (accounting).
The enlightening discussion will provoke deeper thought into how generations can come together and create greater inter generational understanding. We hope to see you there!
Please join Robert Marley, Ph.D., and Ashley Salaiz, Ph.D., director and associate director of the UT Center for Ethics, and our fellow Spartans for an intellectual discussion about ethics in education.
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Time: 6—7:15 p.m.
Location: Remote via Zoom
Zoom information and further instructions will be provided upon registering for the event.
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