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Bruce Jentleson reelected vice chairman of Carnegie Council

January 24, 2017
Bruce Jentleson

Bruce Jentleson, professor of public policy and political science, has been reelected to be vice chairman of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs for 2017. The Council provides educational materials about international ethics and convenes more than 50 event annually. Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1914, it works to “explore the ethical dilemmas posed by issues such as deadly conflict, human rights violations, the ethics of globalization, global economic inequalities, and the increasing role of religion in politics around the world.” Jentleson has served as vice chairman since 2016.