7, 14, 21, 28 2PM-4PM Ethics Training Facilitators The Graduate Studies Office in collaboration with Aine Donovan at the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth conducts an institution-wide program of training in the basics of professional ethics for first-year graduate students. Location: Dartmouth College, Ethics Institute, Haldeman Center, Room 252. Learn more>>
23—24 Tuck Business and Society Conference. Theme: Business NOT as Usual, Redefining Roles and Responsibilities in a Time of Broadened Social Consciousness. The Center for Business & Society supports Tuck’s annual student-led Business & Society Conference that brings together leaders from a wide range of fields to discuss the important role that business leaders can play in creating a more sustainable world. This year, we explore how the business community can affect change in the social sphere. More information
8 • 8:00—4:00pm The New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education Conference. Speaker Professor Marc Brasof, Arcadia University. Location: Haldeman Center 041. Cosponsored by the Ethics Institute. Campus map
28 Annual Pediatric Bioethics Speaker Dr. Steven A. Ringer, MD, PhD Neonatologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Location: DHMC (Title TBD.)
5 • 12:00 Workshop "Designing our Homes and Communities for Aging Independence" with 2017 Dorsett Fellow Sarah Susanka, author of The Not So Big House book series. Location: Haldeman Center, room 041. Registration opens March 6. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute. Cosponsored by the Environmental Studies Department.
5 • 4:30 Lecture with 2017 Dorsett Fellow Sarah Susanka, author of The Not So Big House book series. Lecture and Sustainability Solutions Cafe Speaker. Thought leader, inspirational keynote speaker and acclaimed architect, Susanka is the author of nine books that collectively weave together home and life design, revealing that a "Not So Big" attitude serves not only architectural aims, but life goals as well. Location: Dartmouth College, Haldeman Center 041. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute. Cosponsored by the Environmental Studies Department.
17 • 12:00 Workshop lunch discussion with authors Tom and Lori Plante. "Promoting Ethical Development in College Students". Thomas Plante P'18, Santa Clara University Augustin Cardinal Bea, S.J. Professor, Psychology and author of Do the Right Thing: Living Ethically in an Unethical World and Lori Plante P'18, Clinical Psychologist and author, Bleeding to Ease the Pain: Self-Injury, Cutting, and the Adolescent Search for Self. Thomas and Lori Plante’s new book (written while on sabbatical at Dartmouth's Ethics Institute last Spring), Graduating with Honor: Best Practices to Promote Ethical Development in College Students. Location: Baker Room 102. Cosponsored by DCAL.
17 • 5:30 Student Dinner with authors Tom and Lori Plante. Location: Ethics Institute Conference Room.
28 • Fake News in Perilous Times, The Ethics of Truth in Contemporary Discourse all day conference sponsored by the Ethics Institute.
9:00–10:30 Panel One: “New Information Ecologies: Generational Networked Wisdom vs. Fake News”, Chair: Mark Williams, Department of Film and Media Studies.
11:00–12:30 Panel Two “Separating Wheat from Chaff: The Importance of Commentary in a ‘Fake News’ World.”, Chair: Randall Balmer, Dartmouth College Religion Department Chair.
1:30 – 3:00 "The Ethics of Truth in Contemporary Discourse" Chair: Brendan Nyhan, Professor of Government, Dartmouth College.
10 • 4:30 2017 Aaron Fellow, Neal Katyal, '91, Lecture, the former Acting Solicitor General of the United States, focuses on appellate and complex litigation. He has extensive experience in matters of patent, securities, criminal, employment, and constitutional law. Neal has orally argued 28 cases before the Supreme Court of the United States, with 26 of them in the last seven years. At the age of 46, he has already argued more cases in U.S. history than has any racial minority attorney with the exception of Thurgood Marshall. Location: Haldeman 041. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute.
19 • Entry Deadline Phillips Award in Ethics The Phillips Award in Ethics is presented annually to an undergraduate student from Dartmouth College who has successfully demonstrated strength and interest in applied and professional ethics. Learn more>>
Last Updated: 2/23/17