October 22, 2010 at 11:15 AM EDT
With the recent recession and Wall Street receiving lots of attention (and blame), the question arises – What does Christian faithfulness look like in the business world? For this week’s conversation, we will talk with Steven Calk about this sort of question. Join us for conversation at 5 and pizza at 6.
Steven Calk teaches finance and is associate director of career management at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Steve is a former investment banker (JP Morgan, Credit Suisse and Lehman), specializing in mergers and acquisitions in the energy, technology, telecom and media industries. Currently, he serves as faculty advisor to the Johnson Christian Fellowship, and on the board of directors of Teen Challenge, a national faith-based drug treatment program. Steve earned his BA in Philosophy and Economics from Columbia University and his MBA from the University of Chicago.
Friday Conversations is a relaxed venue to watch films on various topics, hear professors reflect on their vocation, and discuss the implications of Christian faith for all aspects of life and learning.