The Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship welcomes James Koshiba, co-founder of Kanu Hawaiʻi, to speak on October 27.
Fund manager and former securities executive and part-time Hawaiʻi resident Will K. Weinstein presents his Ethics Lecture Series featuring notable professionals from Hawaiʻi and the mainland. The series will feature six lively lectures on current ethical issues affecting the law, medical, charitable, business and sports sectors.
This year’s special lectures include Fraud and its Recent Giants featuring law professionals including J. Michael Seabright, U.S. district judge on July 29; and Ethics of Capitalism featuring top executives from First Hawaiian Bank, Par Petroleum and TeleTech, and The Shidler Group on August 7.
As an added benefit, licensed attorneys and CPAs are eligible for continuing professional education credits.
- July 29—Fraud and its Recent Giants, UH Mānoa Orvis Auditorium, 6–7:30 p.m.
- August 7—Ethics of Capitalism, School of Architecture Auditorium, 6–7:30 p.m. (this lecture is canceled due to Hurricane Iselle)
- July 15—Legal Ethics
- July 17—Medical Ethics
- July 22—Corporate Governance and Ethical Behavior in Charitable Organizations
- July 31—Ethics in College and Professional Athletics
William S. Richardson School of Law, Classroom 2, 6–7:30 p.m.
All lectures are free and open to the public. Parking on the Mānoa campus costs $6 after 4 p.m. Go to the Weinstein lecture series website to register for a lecture and to read more on speakers.