A Lecture by John C. Bogle Presented by Immaculata University President’s Council
The Immaculata University President´s Council will welcome Mr. John C. Bogle, founder and former chairman of The Vanguard Group, to the University as a special guest speaker on Monday, October 23, at 9 a.m., in the Great Hall on the University´s campus.
Mr. Bogle, who has been studying, writing, and speaking about financial issues since stepping down as chairman in 1996, is a long-time friend of Immaculata University, as well as the first recipient of Immaculata´s Honorary Degree.
His most recent publication is the subject of his lecture. The Battle for the Soul of Capitalism was named a Best Book of 2005 by Barron´s and an Editors´ Choice by the New York Times Book Review.
The lecture will begin with opening remarks from Catherine Ward, senior vice president, Wealth Management Division, the Bryn Mawr Trust Company, and President´s Council Corporate Task Force Member. President of Immaculata University, Sr. Patricia Fadden, IHM, and Immaculata University Student Representative Emcees Charles McKinney ´09, and Jill Batten ´06, will welcome and introduce Mr. Bogle. After his presentation, Mr. Bogle will host a question and answer session, assisted by moderator Dr. Julie Ryan, assistant professor of Economics and Business. Dr. Ryan will close the ceremony, and at 11:00 a.m. Mr. Bogle will host a book signing.
Part of Mr. Bogle´s agenda will be meeting with undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, faculty, class officers, members of the Board of Trustees, President´s Council Members, and Alumni Board Members.
A renowned author, Mr. Bogle has published several works, including Bogle on Mutual Funds: New Perspectives for the Intelligent Investor (1993), Common Sense on Mutual Funds: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Investor (1999), John Bogle on Investing: The First 50 Years (2000), and Character Counts: The Creation and Building of The Vanguard Group (2002).
Immaculata University is a Catholic, coeducational institution located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, between Paoli and Exton, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352.
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