Gonzaga University School of Business Presents The 5th Annual Aram Lecture on Business Ethics
An Exemplar of Business Education: Gonzaga University School of Business
A keynote address with
Dr. Ken Anderson
Interim Dean, Professor of Management, Gonzaga University
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Gonzaga University Cataldo Hall
John L. Aram
The Aram Lecture on Business Ethics is a keynote address given each year by a visiting lecturer invited by Gonzaga University's John L. Aram Professor of Business Ethics. The professorship, held by Dr. Brian Steverson, was established in honor of John Aram, a Gonzaga trustee and benefactor, to give students greater awareness of the ethical dilemmas faced by decision makers in business and government.
John Aram's long and dedicated service to the forest industry spurred Weyerhaeuser Company, Boise Cascade Corporation, Potlatch Corporation, the George F. Jewett Foundation, and many industry associates and friends to establish the professorship in business ethics at Gonzaga. It is a fitting tribute to a man whose life exemplified a commitment to ethical values in both his business and personal endeavors.