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Valente Center Hosts Northwood University Professor Glenn Moots to Explore the Move from a Business Education to Satisfying Profession

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Valente Center Hosts Northwood University Professor Glenn Moots to Explore the Move from a Business Education to Satisfying Profession

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The Valente Center for Arts and Sciences is hosting Glenn Moots, professor of philosophy and politi­cal science and director of the Forum for Citizenship and Enterprise at Northwood University in Michigan. The free  program, “Educated, Trained, Or Called? Moving from a Business Education to a Satisfying Profession,” will be held on Thursday, November 3, from 3:35 to 4:50 p.m. in LaCava 375AB.

Moots has recently presented on the subject of work and vocation at professional con­ferences and is working on a larger study of how the virtues of traditional professions can be inte­grated into all variations of employment.

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