Supported by a $2 million gift from Adrienne Arsht in memory of her mother, the Roxana Cannon Arsht '35 Center for Ethics and Leadership explores ethics and leadership across a range of liberal arts disciplines.
The Roxana Cannon Arsht '35 Center for Ethics and Leadership Visiting Scholars:
2012 Michael Sandel, the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard University (Spring 2012)
2011 David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent, The New York Times (Spring 2011)
2010 "Two Haitians on the Crisis In Their Country," Edwidge Danticat and Manno Charlemagne (Spring 2010)
2009 Helen Thomas, Veteran Political Correspondent (Spring 2009)
2008 Alberto Mora, Former General Counsel of the U.S. Navy (Spring 2008)
2007 Bob Woodward, Investigative Reporters and Author (Spring 2007)
2006 Floyd Abrams, First Amendment Attorney and Free-Speech Advocate (Spring 2006)
2005 Sandra Day O'Connor, Associate Supreme Court Justice and inaugural Arsht Center Visiting Scholar (Spring 2005)
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