Carey Professors Deliver TEDx Talks
Three Carey Business School professors spoke at a TEDx event held at Johns Hopkins University’s Washington D.C. campus that brought together three JHU schools: the Carey Business School, the School of Advanced International Studies, and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
The Feb. 18 TEDx JHUDC event was organized by a team of Johns Hopkins students led by Tomas Solari Yrigoyen, a student in Carey’s MS Enterprise Risk Management program. Three Carey professors spoke at the event: Vice Dean and Professor Kevin Frick, Professor Bill Agresti, and Thomas Stanton, an adjunct faculty member at JHU's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Frick, who serves as Carey’s vice dean for education, spoke on the topic of mentorship, and he shared several stories about being a mentor and mentee during his career as a public health expert and faculty member at Carey and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Click here to view Frick’s talk.
Agresti is the program director for Carey’s MS in Information Systems program. He spoke about the current state of cybersecurity and how to reduce digital risk efficiently in the business world. Click here to view Agresti’s talk.
Stanton is a past president of the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management and an adjunct faculty member at Krieger. He talked about the importance of enterprise risk management in organizations. Click here to view Stanton’s talk.
In addition to this event, the Carey Business School has an ongoing partnership with the TEDx Mid-Atlantic event, held annually in the fall. Carey has been a visionary partner with TEDx Mid-Atlantic, which is usually held in Washington, D.C.