Brown University School of Engineering

Business and Engineering Ethics Lecture

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013 8:00pm - 9:00pm

A Lecture on Business and Engineering Ethics by Professor Don Stanford Hosted by Brown ASME and the Engineering Ethics GISP Brown ASME and the Engineering Ethics GISP will be hosting a lecture about business and engineering ethics by Professor Don Stanford. Free pizza will be served. About the lecturer: Donald L. Stanford is a founding member of GTECH and currently serves as its Chief Technology Officer and Technology Fellow. Don began working for GTECH's founders in 1979 as Manager of Software Development. Over 30 years, he has held every technical leadership position, including Vice President of Advanced Development and Chief Technology Officer. Stanford guided the growth of GTECH's technology organization from a software staff of four in 1979 to its current worldwide deployment of over 1000 technology professionals. From 1986 until 1989 Don served on the GTECH Corporation Board. Under Don's leadership GTECH advanced the state of the art in both transaction processing and wireless communications which enabled it to dominate its industry worldwide and install systems on 6 continents. Stanford earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations in 1972 and a Master's in Computer Science/Applied Mathematics in 1977 from Brown University. Don serves on several boards including Times Squared Academy Charter School, Spectra Systems and the Business Innovation Factory. Don is a member of the R.I. Science and Technology Advisory Council.