Week to Week with the Commonwealth Club
Yalies get free admission to a panel discussion on the week's political news with an in-depth look at ethics in high-pressure campaigns.
Date: Thursday October 4
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Adobe Systems, 345 Park Ave., San Jose
Cost: Free - standard registration fee is waived for Yale alums
RSVP: via email or phone to claim Yale discount (see below)
The Commonwealth Club Silicon Valley is hosting one of its "Week to Week" news commentary program on the first week of October. A panel of commentators will discuss the election season. Among the panelists is Prof. Kirk Hanson, Executive Director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Professor Hanson went to New Haven as part of the class of Yale Div '71 but transferred to Stanford Graduate School of Business after spending a year as a Rockefeller Fellow at the Divinity School. This will be a lively discussion on ethics, politics and the first of the presidential debates which will take place the night before the event.
The Commonwealth Club is generously offering free admission to Yalies. To register send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 280-5530 and say you would like to register using the discount code YALEWTW.
Terry Christensen, Prof. Emeritus, San Jose State
Barbara Marshman, Editorial Pages editor, San Jose Mercury News
Kirk O. Hanson, Executive Director Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
John Zipperer, VP of Media and Editorial, Commonwealth Club