Heisler Business Ethics Lecture Series
Ohio Wesleyan’s annual Heisler Business Ethics Lecture is sponsored by the university’s Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship and funded by the Heisler Family Endowment for the Study of Ethics. The endowment honors OWU graduates James Heisler, Class of 1938; Robert Heisler, Class of 1942; and Bruce Heisler, Class of 1949. The Woltemade Center, founded in 1985, helps students to integrate business theory and practice, and provides lectures and other resources to benefit students, faculty, and the local community.
Jeff Long ’82, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics for the University of Arkansas, will deliver the 2013 Heisler Business Ethics Lecture
Jeff Long, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics for the University of Arkansas and class of 1982 Ohio Wesleyan graduate, will deliver the Heisler Business Ethics Lecture on Wednesday, April 3rd. The lecture is funded by the Heisler Family Endowment for the Study of Ethics in Business. It honors OWU graduates James Heisler, Class of 1938; Robert Heisler, Class of 1942; and Bruce Heisler, Class of 1949.
As Director of Athletics for the University of Arkansas since 2008, Jeff Long brings his vision for excellence in both the classroom and on the field. Jeff Long has created a model for administration through his vision for innovative reorganization and streamlining. He has assembled an executive team committed to the principles of integrity, community service, winning, and the promotion of a quality experience for student-athletes. Long has over two decades of experience in athletic administration at the Division 1 level.
Prior to working for the University of Arkansas, Long helped to redefine the University of Pittsburgh’s athletics program through the “Quest for Excellence” campaign to enhance the student-athlete experience. The program resulted in almost $34 million for scholarship endowment and facility construction and renovation. A former two-sport athlete at Ohio Wesleyan, earning seven varsity letters in football and baseball, Long earned his degree in economics.
The Heisler Business Ethics Lecture will be held on Wednesday, April 3rd at 7:30 PM. in the Benes Rooms of the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center. The lecture will be streamed live online at StreamOWU (stream.owu.edu) and archived for later viewing. The event is sponsored by The Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship.
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|Charles M. Berger
Retired Chairman and CEO of Scotts Company in Marysville, Ohio
Woltemade Center’s first Executive-in-Residence
|Phillip Meek ’59
Retired Senior Vice President and President of the Publishing Group of Capital Cities/ABC
|Paul Smith ’57
Retired Chief Financial Officer of the Eastman Kodak Company
|1/22/2004||W.G. Jurgensen, CEO
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
“Restoring Trust in Corporate America”
|04/05/2005||Michael J. Gasser
Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer, Greif, Inc.
“Looking in the Mirror: Reflections on Business Ethics in the 21st Century”
|04/12/2006||Jeffrey T. Benton
President and CEO of The Delaware County Bank and Trust Company
“Strong Ethics: The Only Way for a Business to Survive and Prosper in the Long Run”
|04/05/2007||“Leadership and Ethical Behavior”|
Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Professor and Professor of Management and Human Resources at The Ohio State University’s Fisher School of Business
Executive VP for Senior Independence
Principle founder of BizLogx, Business Consultant
Founder of Young Isaac, Inc.
Adjunct Instructor at OSU’s Fisher College of Business
“Shop Talk: The Ethics of Speech in Business”
|03/31/2009||Mark L. Morze
The Pros and The Cons Lecturer
”Recent Major Frauds and Business Oversight?”
|10/26/2009||Curtis E. Moll ’61
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of MTD Products Inc.
”Ethical Conduct is Not Gray”
|01/27/2011||Branch B. Rickey ’67
President of the Pacific Coast League
”More than Sport: The Branch Rickey-Jackie Robinson Legacy”
|03/22/2012||Frederick A. Manske ’61
Retired President and CEO of Purolator Courier; former Executive Vice President of Federal Express
“Core Strategy for Personal Success – How to Lead in a Dog-Eat-Dog World”