The Tanner Lecture Series on Ethics, Citizenship, and Public Responsibility
Ethical Leadership in Higher Education:
“Who Wants This Job Anymore?”
Donna Shalala ’70 MSSc/’70 PhD (SSc)/’87 Hon
President, Clinton Foundation
Former President, University of Miami
Enjoy perspectives on the topic from one of the most esteemed graduates of Syracuse University’s Maxwell School, Donna Shalala ’70 MSSc/’70 PhD (SSc)/’87 Hon. Until recently, Shalala was president of the University of Miami, a post she held for 14 years. She was previously secretary of Health and Human Services in the Clinton administration and now serves as president of the Clinton Foundation.
Friday, October 23, 2015
3 p.m. Lecture
No RSVP required, but arrive early for the best seating. Overflow seating will be provided.
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What does it mean to be an ethical citizen? What do the needs for public responsibility demand from us, whether we work in the private or the public sectors, and whether we are entry-level employees or top leaders? The Tanner Lecture Series on Ethics, Citizenship, and Public Responsibility provides a public forum for exploring these questions in provocative and challenging ways. Speakers are leaders in their fields who have wrestled with these questions and demonstrated—through their life and work—that generative efforts can enrich both our private and public lives. Collectively the lectures aim to stimulate audiences to re-envision their own responsibilities in different, and at times deliberately unsettling ways—not merely to inform, but to engage and provoke, and to leave a lasting impression that influences future behavior. In this way, the Tanner Lectures seek to expand horizons and spark new conversations about the problems and opportunities we collectively face as citizens of nations and of the world.
The series has been generously endowed by Dr. W. Lynn Tanner, founder, CEO, and chairman of TEC Canada, a leadership development organization dedicated to accelerating the growth and development of outstanding twenty-first century leaders. Dr. Tanner received a PhD from the Maxwell School in 1975, where his studies focused on organizational change and development in the public and private sectors. For more information visit The Campbell Public Affairs Institute.