Ethics in the Professions (Rebroadcast)01:58

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In March 2004, the Center for the Advancement of Ethics and Character at Boston University hosted "Ethics in the Professions," a symposium where professors from different schools at Boston University spoke on the importance of moral behavior in the fields of medicine, law, communication, theology, and business.

This week's show featured the opening remarks by Boston University President ad interim Aram V. Chobanian and excerpts from the four presentations delivered at the symposium. The presenters were Michael Grodin, Professor and Director of the Medicine, Ethics and Human Rights Program at the Schools of Medicine and Public Health; Susan Koniak, Professor of Law; James Post, Professor of Management and Faculty Director of the doctoral program at the School of Management; and Robert Zelnick, Chairman and Professor of Journalism at the College of Communications.

This program aired on September 5, 2004.

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