Broader Impacts

The Ethics Across Campus Program received funding from the Daniels Fund and created the Daniels Fund Program in Professional Ethics Education. The Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows Program is dedicated to providing support for Mines faculty to integrate principle-based ethics into their curricula. Mines is the first STEM-focused university to receive Daniels Fund grants for ethics. 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 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.

The Golden Rotary Club and Mines Ethics Faculty and Students

The Golden Rotary Club’s has an annual tradition to honor two local organizations, one profit and one non-profit, for leading the way in business ethics. The Colorado School of Mines Ethics faculty and students select the winners of this prestigious award based on which organizations demonstrate the highest standards of ethical business practice, integrity, and civic and social responsibility. together the Rotary Club and Colorado School of Mine’s mission is to recognize the best of the best.