- Ethics at Noon is the Ethics in Society Program's weekly brownbag seminar. Our class is open to the public and meets Fridays from 12-1pm in Room 112 of Building 110 on the Main Quad. Each week, we invite a faculty or staff member from around the university to speak on the ethical issues at play in their work. Contact Albert Pak (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Thanks for coming today! In addition to responding to Dean McLennan’s talk, it’d be hugely helpful to me if you could spend 2 minutes giving me feedback on how we’ve been running the class and how we should change that. I … Continue reading
The Difference Between Life and Death: Ethical Decisions in Combat Military leaders at the tactical level routinely face ethical dilemmas on the battlefield. More than often,they are required to make tough decisions under time constraint in hostile, ambiguous situations.Training and … Continue reading
“Who you are is so loud I cannot hear what you are saying” Joel Samoff Scholars engaged in African field research know that their presence can be deafening. Indeed, the cacophony we create constantly threatens to overwhelm the melodies we … Continue reading
Hope you all enjoyed class on Friday.