Current Students & Parents
Parents of undergraduates and graduates can become an enthusiastic core of club members and should be encouraged to do so. The Parent’s Chair should develop programs that help serve the needs of students and parents of students attending the university. Through direct personal contact, parents should be made to feel that they are an integral part of the club. The Parents Chair, a non-‐alumnus (if possible) parent of an undergraduate, serves as liaison by encouraging the participation of parents in all club activities. If enrollment within a club area is sufficiently high, the Parents Chair should appoint a committee consisting of one or more parents representing each of the four undergraduate classes. In addition, the Parents Chair should plan at least one or two activities specifically geared to parents annually.
Upcoming Events in Current Students & Parents
Today, many believe that business ethics is an oxymoron. Following the spirit of the famous line, “an ambassador is an honest man lying abroad for the good of his country,” some business leaders conduct their operations as if the bottom line is the only concern. Is it possible to do well while doing good? Discussing many examples such as 3M, Sumitomo, and Novartis, the lecture discusses how it is possible to outline a way for a business manager to exhibit superior performance in business and yet be a model of virtue and ethical values.