Accepting Applications for the Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program

The Daniels Fund awarded CSM a grant to enhance ethics education on campus. These funds will be used as seed money for Faculty Fellows to either begin to incorporate ethics instruction in their courses, or to enhance the ethics instruction that already exists. Awards are $5000 for individual projects, or $7000 for a group proposal. An application is required, due by July 31, 2016.

Monies must be used in some way to improve ethics instruction on campus, perhaps to purchase materials, attend conferences, bring in guest speakers, etc. While there’s much latitude for creativity, the Daniels Fund has a set of principles it intends to promote, and Faculty Fellows should consider them when developing their proposals.

The Principles:

Integrity: Act with honesty in all situations
Trust: Build trust in all stakeholder relationships
Accountability: Accept responsibility for all decisions
Transparency: Maintain open and truthful communications
Fairness: Engage in fair competition and create equitable and just relationships
Respect: Honor the rights, freedoms, views, and property of others
Rule of Law: Comply with the spirit and intent of laws and regulations
Viability: create long-term value for all relevant stakeholders

Additional information—including application guidelines—is available on the Ethics Across Campus website: http://ethics.mines.edu/DFFFP


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For Ethics Across Campus

See ethics.mines.edu (for context)

Prize: $250.00

Submissions due by midnight, Sunday, April 30, 2016

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