Four Part Series on Ethics

Tuesday. Nov.7 - Slick Enough: Four People. Too Many Secrets to Count (play): 3:30 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. This performance revolves around a young man, Stephen, who was raised with entrepreneurial parents that have questionable business and personal ethics. From this, Stephen has decided to start a business at college to make some extra money. He encounters many issues and needs some guidance. When Stephen needs help, does he ask the wrong person? Or find a masterful teacher for a future in deception?

Ms. Kate Kirkwood, MBA, SNHU and Touring Actors Company

Mondav. Nov. 6 - Ethics of Exclusivity: 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
This panel will focus on Intellectual Property Right (IPR) laws with respect to patents and copyrights which are intended to facilitate and reward the progress of the arts and sciences, and those with respect to trademarks that are intended to protect consumers from being confused about the source of products and services they are purchasing.

Panelist: Atty. Steven Grossman, Grossman, Tucker, Perreault & Pfleger, PLLC Dr. Lundy Lewis, Chair, Information Technology Department, SNHU Atty. Donald Perreault, Grossman, Tucker, Perreault & Pfleger, PLLC Atty. Terry Tucker, Grossman, Tucker, Perreault & Pfleger, PLLC

Wednesday. Nov. 8 - Restoring Public Trust: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00p.m.
This panel will include a discussion on the following: A Commonsense Perspective on Corporate Governance, The Investment Banker and the Challenge of Conflicts of lnterests, Effective Corporate Governance means Effective Checks and Balances, and Ethics Begins at the Top ­What this Really Means.

Panelist: Mr. Paul P. Brountas, Esquire Mr. Peter Worrell, Managing Director, The Bigelow Company LLC Mr. Christos Papoutsy, Co-Founder, Distinguished Chair in Ethics Dr. Annabel Beerel, Professor of Social Ethics, Moderator, Mary Papoutsy, Co-Founder, Distinguished Chair in Ethics

Thursday. Nov. 9 -An Ambassador's Challenge: Defending the U.S. Business Image Abroad In the Midst of Corporate Scandals at Home: 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Ambassadors from around the world will discuss each of their experiences of dealing with communities in other countries when the corporate scandals were breaking here in the U.S.

Panelists: Myron Kandel, CNN and The Initiative for Corporate Responsibility,
A. Elizabeth Jones, Assistant Secretary of State, Europe and Eurasia Cynthia P. Schneider, Ambassador to the Netherlands Carl Spielvogel, Chairman, Int'l Advisory Board of the Financial Times

All events will be held in Robert Frost Hall, Walker Auditorium

For additional information contact Jane Yerrington Ph: 603.668.2211 x 2488

For more information about the Ethics Chair and its activities and events, visit the Business Arena page of Hellenic Communication Service at or the University website at

HCS readers are invited to view other articles about SNHU or business ethics at our extensive, permanent archives under the Business Ethics section at the URL or the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Business Ethics at Southern New Hampshire University at

The purpose of the distinguished chair in ethics is to promote and enhance students and community members awareness of ethics in personal and professional settings through teaching, community lectures and conferences. These events will foster understanding and assist in the application of lessons taught by current and classical ethicists to 21st-century settings.The chair serves as the cornerstone for an integrated university program in business ethics that encompasses the undergraduate and graduate levels. For more information about these events or about the ethics chair, contact Jane Yerrington at SNHU (603-668-2211 x2488) or visit the webpages of the ethics chair at

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