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REED FELLOW LECTURE SERIES: Politics and Human Rights in Global Supply Chains
ALL LECTURES ARE AT 12:30 PM IN THE MPR

OPEN TO FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND STAFF


Shareen Hertel, Ph.D: Reed Fellow 2019
FEBRUARY 20th: Respect for Human Rights: An Imperative that Makes Good Business Sense with Mark Nordstrom
MARCH 13th: Business and Human Rights: The View From the Field with Bob Werner
APRIL 10th: Human Rights and Business: Creating a Lexicon and Blueprint for Transformation with  Deborah Leipziger
In Fall 2014, David and Joan Reed created the David and Joan Reed Faculty Fellowship to bring UConn Storrs faculty to teach at the Waterbury campus. This year, Shareen Hertel, Ph.D (UConn Storrs, Dept. of Political Science & Human Rights Institute) has been awarded the Reed Fellowship, one of UConn’s top teaching honors, and has collaborated to organize a series of public lectures at the UConn Waterbury campus. This year's series centers on Politics and Human Rights in Global Supply Chains.  Join us for this fascinating Spring lecture series, sponsored by OLLI at UConn, the UConn Waterbury administration and the UConn Center of Excellence for Teaching (CETL), as we engage in high-level discussions on issues related to managing global supply chains, business ethics and compliance, innovative design for social and environmental sustainability, and related challenges.


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE. REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED.
QUESTIONS? Please call 203-236-9924 or email osher@uconn.edu.