Event Title

An Inconvenient Conversation: Sustaining the Vulnerable, Developing Shalom

Location

Chan Shun Hall Room 118

Start Date

15-6-2022 7:00 PM

End Date

15-6-2022 8:00 PM

Description

MICHAEL CAFFERKY has served his community in healthcare administration for twenty years. After a successful healthcare career, from 2003 to 2017 he served as professor at Southern Adventist University devoting his scholarship efforts to better understanding the intersection of applied economics and biblical theology. While at SAU, he was appointed to the position of endowed Ruth McKee Chair for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics serving in this capacity until his retirement in July 2017. From 2015 through 2018 he served as Editor of the peer-reviewed Journal of Biblical Integration in Business. Michael is the recipient of numerous awards including The President’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship (SAU, 2011), the Sharon Johnson Award (CBFA, 2013), Educator of th Year (SAU-SBM, 2015), and the Distinguished Service Medallion (SAU, 2017).

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Jun 15th, 7:00 PM Jun 15th, 8:00 PM

An Inconvenient Conversation: Sustaining the Vulnerable, Developing Shalom

Chan Shun Hall Room 118

MICHAEL CAFFERKY has served his community in healthcare administration for twenty years. After a successful healthcare career, from 2003 to 2017 he served as professor at Southern Adventist University devoting his scholarship efforts to better understanding the intersection of applied economics and biblical theology. While at SAU, he was appointed to the position of endowed Ruth McKee Chair for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics serving in this capacity until his retirement in July 2017. From 2015 through 2018 he served as Editor of the peer-reviewed Journal of Biblical Integration in Business. Michael is the recipient of numerous awards including The President’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship (SAU, 2011), the Sharon Johnson Award (CBFA, 2013), Educator of th Year (SAU-SBM, 2015), and the Distinguished Service Medallion (SAU, 2017).