Ethics Forum Will Address Community Responsibility to Homeless

Date: 11-03-2009

Kathleen McPartland
Public Affairs
Robert Jones

The Center for Applied and Professional Ethics (CAPE) is presenting its second fall forum this Wednesday, Nov. 4, in PAC 134 at 7:30 p.m.

Faculty members Cynthia Siemsen, Department of Sociology, and Becky White, Department of Philosophy, will join Serena Cervantes, subject and author of the June 25, 2009 Chico News and Review cover story on homelessness, and Brad Montgomery, executive director of the Torres Community Shelter, to discuss a community response to the homeless.

This event will include student, faculty and community points of view. The forum is free and open to the public.

The Center for Applied and Professional Ethics promotes ethical reflection about issues of concern within and outside the University. For more information, contact Robert Jones, Department of Philosophy, at 530-898-4506 or The CAPE Web site is at