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Free lecture at Intel Hillsboro on Basic Corporate Ethics

Note, this event is sponsored by the Agnostics and Atheists at Intel (AAI), an employee diversity group within Intel.  It is posted here as it may be of interest to our members.

Event Details:


Event: Lecture and audience Q&A on "Basic Corporate Ethics"
Presenter: Prof. Brad Berman, Portland State University 
Date: Tue. Oct. 15, 2013
Time: 12 noon to 1 pm
Cost: Free
Invited: Everyone (free community event)
Place: Intel Jones Farm campus, at the JFCC auditorium.  (JFCC stands for Jones Farm Conference Center.)

PSU Prof. Brad Berman:

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  • Bernie D.

    Yes- I agree- Q&A makes a session more interesting.

    September 23, 2013

  • Helen D. L.

    Thanks, Bernie. One of the things that interests me is the kind of questions that employees of Intel or other corporations come up with.

    September 10, 2013

  • Bernie D.

    RE: "How much, if any, of the hour, has been assigned to Q&A/discussion?"

    Details aren't finalized, but likely 1/2 time is Q&A.

    September 9, 2013

  • Helen D. L.

    I see that to fit into Intel's workday, this program is just an hour long. How much, if any, of the hour, has been assigned to Q&A/discussion?

    September 9, 2013

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