The Madison Collaborative is a bold new effort to teach ethical reasoning skills to the entire Madison student body. Read More >
Dr. Lee Sternberger describes how The Madison Collaborative came to be and how it will be implemented during the next five years. Read More >
The Madison Collaborative is for everyone. Read More >
Eight key questions reflect thousands of years of philosophical development, creating a rich tapestry of how to think about ethics. Read More >
An unprecedented effort to teach ethical reasoning skills to the entire student body begins now. Read More >
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" was the first of many ethical reasoning exercises for JMU students. Read More >
Do ethics trump free enterprise and the bottom line?
Business decisions often affect the environment and the community at large. College of Business Dean Mary Gowan offers insight on making... Read More >
The Madison Collaborative, JMU's breathtaking new endeavor, aims to instill in every student a competency for making ethical decisions. Read More >
MC Assessment Team Showcases Efforts at NERA Conference
The Madison Collaborative assessment team and graduate students involved in assessment presented "Assessing Ethical Reasoning in... Read More >
Global reach of U.S. Constitution is broad
A.E. Dick Howard, who advises national leaders on writing constitutions, explores influence of U.S. Constitution ... Read More >
Students delve into scenarios to ask 'what is ethical?'
Students consider Ethical Reasoning in Action at a Saturday workshop ... Read More >
Alger calls for 'return to Madison'
President Jon Alger called for a return to Madisonian ideals and pledged to strengthen JMU's relationship with Montpelier ... Read More >