Ethics Across Campus (EAC) Program

IDEAS Forum 2016

"How to Work with Righteous Minds"

New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Haidt

Time: October 19, 5:30 PM

Location: Bunker Auditorium, Green Center 

This event is partially supported by the Ethics Across Campus (EAC) Program

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The Inaugural Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows (2016-2017) were awarded

On August 5, 2016, seven Mines faculty were awarded the inaugural Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows award for their proposals on how to incorporate ethics into their courses. The Daniels Fund awarded Mines a $65K grant to incorporate ethics into the curriculum— each of the proposals will receive $5K for this ethics initiative. Mines is the first STEM-focused university to receive Daniels Fund grants for ethics. With this award, the Faculty Fellows are expected to develop lessons, modules or projects that incorporate ethical considerations as a central focus. Upon completing their courses, the Faculty Fellows will assess the activity and develop strategies for adaptation, the goal being to create strategies that can be applied to a variety of courses.  The faculty will then share their results with the campus community.  

This year's winners include:

Sarah Hitt and Toni Lefton (Liberal Arts and International Studies) “Ethics Across the Honors Curriculum: Using a New First Year Honors Course as a Foundational Framework”

Melissa Krebs (Chemical and Biological Engineering) “Ethics in Biomedical Engineering”

Jeffrey Paone and Cyndi Rader (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) “Ethics in the Field Session”

Paul Santi (Geology and Geological Engineering) “Ethics Education for Geological Engineers”

Chuan Yue (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) “Incorporating Ethics Instruction in Security and Privacy Courses”

Learn more about the fellows and their projects


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