We all have a responsibility to be educated on the signs and prevention methods of sexual assault. CARE is one student organization that takes that responsibility to heart.
JMU sorority Delta Delta Delta wins Ethical Reasoning in Action Award for turning a disciplinary situation into an anti-hazing educational program.
One Book, One Harrisonburg
In collaboration with the MC and others, the OESS hosted multiple events centered on the theme of sustainability and ethical reasoning via the inaugural Book for the 'Burg program.
Ethical Reasoning Encourages Inter-Professional Collaboration
A one-day inter-professional seminar, funded in part by a Madison Collaborative grant, encouraged students from different disciplines to engage in ethical reasoning and reflection using relevant case examples.
Bridging the Gap between Classroom and Community
An MC grant helped support ethical reasoning training for students and professionals who educate families about healthcare and healthy child development.
Ethical Decision Making Through Recreation
UREC is more than just a place to exercise or learn about a new fitness activity...an ideal location for students to practice their critical thinking and ethical reasoning skills when making decisions.
Ethical decision-making. It's Complicated.
Dr. Brian Charette, associate vice president, University Planning and Analysis, recently lead a group of 30 first-year students through their It's Complicated session.
The Ethics of Learning
Dr. Holly McCartney, an associate professor of education, recently spent time researching "What does it mean to 'Do The Right Thing' as an early childhood or elementary teacher."
MC Assessment Team Showcases Efforts at NERA Conference
The Madison Collaborative assessment team and graduate students involved in assessment presented "Assessing Ethical Reasoning in Higher Education: An Example" at the annual conference of the Northeastern Educational Research Association (NERA).