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The Madison Collaborative: Ethical Reasoning in Action

 

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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 >



May Symposium

Join us for two sessions during May Symposium to learn more about the core foundations of ethical reasoning and the Eight Key Questions, and to
begin considering how you might integrate this concept into your courses using existing or new content. 

May 14, 1:00-4:50, Alleghany Room: “The Madison Collaborative and the Eight Key Questions” Register for the day and come to this session. OPEN

May 15, 9:00-4:50, Festival Conf Rm 5: Integrating Ethical Reasoning and Eight Key Questions into CoursesRegister for the institute – max 20 faculty

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  • Apr 30: Madison Vision Series: Christopher Phillips
  • May 14: Core Introduction to the Eight Key Questions at May Symposium
  • May 15: Incorporating the Eight Key Questions into Teaching