Ethics Lecture Series: Carr talks human well-being March 28

Flyer for Ethics lecture on Human Well-Being

Tony Carr will discuss “Human Well-Being: The Untold Global Story” from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, in the Alice Peters Auditorium. Carr is president of Halloran Philanthropies and former CEO of Fresno Heart Hospital.

The human race has made remarkable progress in pursuit of well-being. Quality of life has significantly improved across the globe.  This talk will review the evidence and provide insight into the global pursuit of human well-being — drawing on current research including the results of a recent study of well-being published by Springer in 2017.

The free, public presentation is part of the Leon S. Peters Ethics Lecture SeriesINFO: Ethics Center.

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