Loyola University Maryland’s Ethics Week is an annual series of speakers and presentations around the topic of ethical business and social issues. Now in its fourth year, Ethics Week is a collaborative effort across the University to inspire intellectual curiosity, support thoughtful discussion, and raise awareness about topical ethical issues.
The week is sponsored by the department of law and social responsibility in the Sellinger School; the department of philosophy in Loyola College; the national business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma; the national Jesuit honor society Alpha Sigma Nu; and the office of mission integration.
All events are free and open to the public. Each night, events will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Andrew White Student Center’s Fourth Floor Program Room on Loyola’s N. Charles Street campus. Directions to campus and a campus map are available online.