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Ethics in Governance

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A stock tickerThe initiative will encompass both Ethics in Governance and Investor Education programming.
2012 Republican candidates on stage at Saint Anselm CollegeThe program will educate and inform N.H. business leaders, students, and the general public alike.
A ledger is reviewedResources such as podcasts, videos and blog posts and seminars on ethical practices will be offered.

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Ethics in Governance: The Stewardship and Investor Education Initiative

Ethics in Governance: The Stewardship and Investor Education Initiative at Saint Anselm College will encompass both Ethics in Governance and Investor Education programming, building upon the college's the Richard L. Bready Chair in Ethics, Economics, and the Common Good. The initiative will work to educate and inform New Hampshire business leaders, students, and the general public alike.

Opportunities for community engagement include online resources such as podcasts, videos and blog posts, as well as seminars on ethical practices, transparency and accountability in governing, and personal finance. These programs will be free and open to the public.

Saint Anselm College's Dale Kuehne, politics professor, former Bready Chair and current member of the state of New Hampshire's Executive Branch Ethics Committee, will lead the Ethics in Governance program contributing seminars and online posts.

Personal finance topics will be covered by Saint Anselm College's John Romps, economics and business professor, and are aimed at improving financial literacy for students and the greater community.

Additionally, Jack Falvey, Wall Street Journal and Barron's contributor and adjunct faculty member at both the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, offers a daily Investor Education Brief, delivered free of charge to the general public via email each business day and covers a variety of investor education topics.

The Center for Public Responsibility and Corporate Citizenship Board of New Hampshire granted funding to Saint Anselm College in 2013 to build this initiative.