|Seminar on Humanistic Buddhism and Business Ethics|
|Tuesday, September 07, 2010|
Venerable Jue Wei, Special Assistant to the President of the University of the West, will give a guest lecture during Professor Peng Chan’s class on Thursday, September 30, 4:45-6:00pm, on “Humanistic Buddhism and Business Ethics.” During the lecture, she will introduce Humanistic Buddhism as defined, promoted and practiced by the Venerable Master Hsing Yun and Fo Guang Shan, an international Buddhist order, and explain how that can be applied to and influence good, ethical business practices. In addition, she will demonstrate how the Venerable Master Hsing Yun and Fo Gunag Shan have used Humanistic Buddhism principles in Fo Gunag Shan’s operations and management successfully.
Venerable Jue Wei, a monastic with the Fo Guang Shan international Buddhist order, is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Religious Studies at UWest. She is utilizing her technological, management, and religious backgrounds to explore the crossroads of east and west, modern and traditional.
Ven. Jue Wei graduated with Master of Science in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Master of Business Administration from Cranfield University in the United Kingdom, and Master of Arts in Future Studies from Fo Guang University in Taiwan.
The seminar is organized by the Center for the Study of Minority & Small Business and the Department of Business Administration at UWest.
The seminar is free of charge to the public. UWest is located in Rosemead, 1409 N. Walnut Grove Avenue (turn right off Fwy 60, exit at San Gabriel). Please call (626) 571-8811, ext. 125 to reserve seating.
Seminar On Humanistic Buddhism and Business Ethics Ven. Jue Wei, Special Assistant to the President University of the West Thursday, September 30, 4:45-6:00 p.m., 2010