Flagler students attend ethics symposium

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From left to right, Ben Wolfe, Kyrie Carpenter, Matt Erley, Kelley Lynch and Professor Lou Preysz.

By Allison Hess

Four Flagler students, along with professor Lou Preysz, recently traveled to Hilton Head, S.C., for an Ethics Symposium sponsored by local Presbyterian churches.

Kyrie Carpenter, Ben Wolfe, Matt Erley and Kelley Lynch worked with students from other colleges and universities to analyze 12 different cases based on ethical and moral business situations.

“The symposium was outstanding and the four students I invited to attend with me represented our college in a professional manner,” Preysz said.

The keynote speaker was Frank A. Manske, Jr., author of Secrets to Effective Leadership and the former senior vice president of Federal Express.

Other colleges in attendance included, Bryan College, Coastal Carolina University, College of the Ozarks, Davis and Elkins College, Hampden-Sidney College, Mary Baldwin College, Maryville College, Montreat College, Mount Union College, Presbyterian College, St. Andrews Presbyterian College, and Wofford College.

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