February 11, 2022,

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Princeton will be providing the speaker for this annual and very popular Yale-Harvard-Princeton Luncheon.

He is David W. Miller, Director of the Faith and Work Initiative at Princeton’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education.

In his own words, “I bring an unusual “bilingual” perspective to the classroom and the boardroom. Before receiving my Ph.D. in ethics and joining the faculty at Princeton University, I spent 16 years in senior executive positions in international business and finance, including eight years in London”.

“In addition to my Princeton research, teaching, and programs, I also serve as an advisor to corporate CEOs and senior executives on ethics, values-based leadership, culture, and the role of faith at work.

An article in the Wall Street Journal recently featured my work with one organization referring to me as the “on-call ethicist.”

What will students be able to take away from your classes?

Answer: “Ethical Fitness.” Students will gain self-awareness and recognition that even the most ethical and well-intended of people will find themselves in situations in their professional life where they are faced with “defining moment” decisions that often lead to career-damaging if not career-ending consequences. To prepare for those “ethical gray zone” decisions, students will develop and cultivate ethical-decision making tools, drawing on a variety of resources, with particular attention to wisdom literature found in various religious traditions. They will be able to recognize potential ethical dilemmas and have the tools and readiness to navigate them safely.”