Social Work presents lecture on ethics of the global supply chain

Join the School of Social Work for the last Dialogues Around Difference talk of the semester. The school partnered with thought leaders in ethics, distributive justice, and sustainable venturing from CSU’s School of Business and Department of Philosophy to bring you “Ethics of T-shirtsSupply Chains in the Global Economy.” The presentation will include a short but engaging video on the life cycle of a t-shirt. You won’t want to miss this discussion if you’re interested in environmental justice.

Monday, Nov. 6
11 a.m. – 12 noon: Panel Discussion
12 noon – 1 p.m.: Questions and Interactive Dialogue
Bohemian Auditorium, 116 Rockwell West

Chris Becker is a clinical professor in the Department of Accounting in the College of Business. His primary research and teaching interests are ethics, the history of economic thought, environmental philosophy, ecological economics, ecocriticism, and sustainability studies.

Moti Gorin is an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy. Gorin conducts research and teaches in ethics, bioethics, and social and political philosophy, working primarily on the ethics of interpersonal influence and on distributive justice at the level of theory as well as in practical contexts.

Grace Hanley Wright teaches entrepreneurship and social and sustainable venturing in the College of Business. Wright is a faculty mentor in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA and Institute for Entrepreneurship, a chapter adviser for Net Impact, and a faculty fellow for CSU’s One Health Institute.

The School of Social Work is part of CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences.