Associate Dean Joan Vestrand Addresses Cadets at The Citadel
October 31, 2013 - On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Cooley Law School Associate Dean Joan Vestrand visited The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, in Charleston, S.C. to speak to cadets about ethics and branding for success.
Vestrand was invited to The Citadel by the school's Krause Center for Ethics and was escorted around campus by Cadet Major Evan C. McMullen, 1st Battalion Academic Officer for the Bravo Company.
Following Vestrand's presentation, Colonel Joseph Trez, the Director for the Krause Center for Ethics, extended an invitation to Vestrand to speak at the Citadel's Leadership Symposium in March 2014.
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