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 sixth year, Ethics Week is a collaborative effort across the University to inspire intellectual curiosity, support thoughtful discussion, and raise awareness about topical ethical issues.
Loyola University Maryland’s annual Ethics Week is co-sponsored by the Sellinger School of Business, the department of law and social responsibility, the department of philosophy, the Center for Innovation in Urban Education, the Center for the Humanities and the Modern Masters Reading Series, Messina, the office of mission integration, Campus Ministry, the Women’s Center, the office of sustainability, and the department of mathematics and statistics.
All events are free and open to the public. Directions to campus and a campus map are available online.