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April 3, 2014

9-11 survivor to give ethics talk

DUNCAN — “Trust, Teamwork and Thunderdog’s Triumph” is the topic of the day as Cameron University’s School of Business shows  a livestream of author Michael Hingson’s presentation to the OK Ethics Consortium.

The forum, set for 11:30 a.m. today,  takes place in Oklahoma City and is designed to  promote business ethics in the work force.

Cameron will host its livestream of the event in the McCasland Ballroom of the McMahon Centennial Complex. Cost for admission is $25 and will include lunch.

Business professionals in the area can sponsor Cameron students to attend the forum, paying the $25 admission to attend.

Hingson, the speaker at the event, survived the 9/11 terrorist attacks with his guide dog. His story was the basis of his book, which he will speak about at the ethics forum.

 

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