published on April 28, 2016 - 10:21 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
The Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Fresno State has named Andrew Fiala as the program’s first ethicist in residence.

Fiala, who is the chair of the Fresno State philosophy department, will provide insight into topics such as business and professional ethics, stewardship and citizenship.

Fiala is also director of Fresno State’s Ethics Center, and has written several books and a weekly column on religion and ethics for The Fresno Bee.

“Fresno State has a responsibility to teach students to be good citizens, productive contributors to the economy, good stewards of the ecosystem and ethical leaders,” Fiala said. “The Ethics Center has a commitment to research and teach about ethics. I hope that we can build a strong and ongoing relationship between the Ethics Center and the Lyles Center, which will benefit the campus and the Valley.”

Fiala will begin the position in the fall.

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