The Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business at the University of Notre Dame will present a series of lectures this fall by leaders in the field.p. Each address in the annual O’Hara Lecture Series in Business Ethics will take place at 7 p.m. (except when otherwise noted) in the Mendoza College of Business’ Jordan Auditorium. The lectures are free and open to the public.p. Jorge Zablah, the president of several companies in El Salvador, will deliver the first talk, titled “Social Responsibilities of a Businessperson,” Tuesday (Sept. 11). The remaining lectures in the series are as follows:p. ? Sept. 18 ? Roger W. Sant, chairman of the board of AES Corporationp. ? Oct. 2 ? Evan Chrapko, chief executive officer of A-Live Holdings IIp. ? Oct. 9 ? Nick Moore, chairman of the board of PricewaterhouseCoopersp. ? Oct. 18 (4:30 p.m.) ? Bill McGurn, chief editorial writer of The Wall Street Journalp. ? Nov. 13 ? Philip Krawitz, chief executive officer of Cape Unionmart of South Africap. ? Nov. 27 ? Jacquelyn Gates, vice president of diversity and ethics of Duke Energyp. Established in 1978, the Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business seeks to strengthen the Judeo-Christian ethical foundations in business and public policy decisions by fostering dialogue between academic and corporate leaders, and through research and publications. The center is directed by Rev. Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C., associate professor of management.