Join us on Wednesday, March 23, from 8-10 a.m. in the University Center Chancellor's Suite for a talk by Keynote Speaker, Bob Hurley, Sr.
Bob Hurley, Sr.
Coach Hurley is currently president of St. Anthony's High School in Jersey City-in addition to more than four decades leading the school's legendary varsity basketball program. He will be speaking on themes of ethics, leadership, and the importance of teamwork, highlighting examples from his illustrious coaching career at St. Anthony's. Hurley is celebrating his 49th year of coaching basketball. He has 27 state championships and more than 1,000 wins at St. Anthony's in Jersey City. More than 150 of his players have gone on to earn NCAA Division 1 scholarships, and he is one of only three high school coaches with a spot in the Basketball Hall of Fame.
A Jersey City native, Hurley played high school basketball at St. Peter's Prep, Jersey City, N.J. He played college basketball at St. Peter's College, Jersey City, N.J. Hurley and his wife Chris have three children: Bobby Jr., former Duke University and NBA star, current head basketball coach at Arizona State University; Dan, former Seton Hall star, current head basketball coach at University of Rhode Island; and Melissa, a public school teacher. Coach Bob Hurley is passionate about helping kids-mentoring, teaching, guiding, caring, and serving.
The Micah Center for Business Ethics
The Micah Center for Business Ethics is a resource for those interested in the promise of a more thorough and efficient application of business ethics-both within academia and within the workplace itself. The overarching aim is to promote the positive, life-enhancing dimensions of business as well as the recognition of business' obligation to contribute to the global human good, a focus grounded in our work at Seton Hall through the training and mentoring our faculty members, and extended to the broader community through our programming and online resources. For more information on the Stillman School of Business and the MICAH Center click here »
The event is open to faculty, students, alumni, and friends of Seton Hall University.
Space is limited. Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, March 18 to Janet Fenton at (973) 761-9207 or by email.