Buttrill Ethics Curriculum Enhancement Grant Recipients Archive

2014-2015 | 2013-2014 | 2012-2013 | 2011-2012 | 2010-2011

The Buttrill Ethics Curriculum Enhancement Grant supports interactions between faculty and students focused on investigations of ethical issues or ethics in general. Efforts may be channeled through existing or new courses, free-standing seminars, panel discussions, symposia, workshops, visiting speakers, or other events. Any proposed course or event must directly address and wrestle with ethical questions – past or present – pertinent to contemporary societies, cultures, and individuals. Perspectives from any discipline or method are welcome, including the study of texts, histories, philosophies, religious traditions, cultures, aesthetic movements, current events, and theories.


Academic Year 2014-2015

Marian Eide | Department of English
“Gender and Ethics”

Patrick Burkart | Department of Communication
“Radio, Records, and Popular Music”

John Edens |Department of Psychology
“Special Topics in Psychology and Law”

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Academic Year 2013-2014

Patrick Burkart | Department of English
“Radio, Records, and Popular Music”

John Edens |Department of Psychology
“Special Topics in Psychology and Law”

Marian Eide | Department of English
“Gender and Ethics”

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Academic Year 2012-2013

Jyotsna Vaid | Department of Psychology
“Research Method in Psychology: Ethical Issues”

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Academic Year 2011-2012

Nathan Bracher | Department of European and Classical Languages
INTS 405 “War and Memory”

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Academic Year 2010-2011

Adam Seipp | Department of History
HIST 481 “The Holocaust”

Barbara Scharf |Department of Communication
“Narrative Analysis”

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