A series of lectures addressing "Ethics for the '90s: Are Our Values Changing?" will be held during November and December in the College Center multipurpose room at Salt Lake Community College on Redwood Road.

Speakers from Utah and Ohio will raise issues that are relevant to society today, including ethics in the workplace, contemporary values and technology.Open discussions with the audiences also are planned as part of the three lectures.

Dates and speakers are:

- Tuesday, Nov. 20: Bruce Landesman, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Utah, speaking on "Ethics and Affirmative Action."

- Tuesday, Nov. 27: Elaine Englehardt, associate professor of humanities at Utah Valley Community College, Orem, whose topic is "Ethics and Greed."

- Tuesday, Dec. 11: Dr. Carroll Pursell, distinguished professor of history at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, speaking on "Is Technology One of the Humanities?"

All three lectures are free of charge and will begin at 7 p.m.

The series is sponsored by the SLCC Humanities Department and the Utah Endowment for the Humanities.