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The Madison Collaborative is a bold new effort to teach ethical reasoning skills to the entire Madison student body. Read More >

JMU's Quality Enhancement Plan

Dr. Lee Sternberger describes how The Madison Collaborative came to be and how it will be implemented during the next five years. Read More >

QEP: The Madison Collaborative is for Everyone

The Madison Collaborative is for everyone. Read More >

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Eight key questions reflect thousands of years of philosophical development, creating a rich tapestry of how to think about ethics. Read More >

QEP - The Madison Collaborative

An unprecedented effort to teach ethical reasoning skills to the entire student body begins now. Read More >

Ethical Reasoning QEP

During recent campus listening tour events faculty and staff remarked to President Alger that James Madison University is a culture of... Read More >

It's Complicated

"It's Complicated" was the first of many ethical reasoning exercises for JMU students. Read More >



Blog Posts

Does Science Make You More Moral?
Mon, 21 Jul 14 7:19 p.m.
This question was addressed in a research article where subjects were “primed” – given a word or phrase – from science and then asked to...
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College Students Do The Right Thing
Wed, 16 Jul 14 7:19 p.m.
A group of students who found themselves in an untended store decided to do the right thing. ...
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  • Aug 15: Core Introduction to the Eight Key Questions Workshop
  • Aug 21: It's Complicated Sessions - Ethical Reasoning in Action
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