Hutchins Webber Lecture 2019
Professor Rufus Black
The Ethics of Place
Noted ethicist, educator and strategic consultant, Professor Rufus Black is the Vice-Chancellor and President at the University of Tasmania. Professor Black has undertaken significant public policy commissions, including the Accountability and Governance Review at the Department of Defence in 2010, the Prime Minister’s Independent Review into the Australian Intelligence Community in 2011 and he currently serves on the Board of Innovation Science Australia.
Please join us for this lecture as Rufus Black addresses ‘the ethics of place’. His talk will include a Q&A session.
WHEN: Wednesday 19 June
WHERE: Terence Butler Auditorium
TIME: 7.00pm (please arrive early to be seated for a 7.00pm start)
TICKET SALES: This is a free puplic seminar, however seats are limited.
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