EATC is an annual faculty seminar with the goal of helping faculty members to integrate ethics into their teaching and research. This year’s EATC participants represent all branches of the college: Thayer School of Engineering, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth Medical School, and the Arts and Sciences. The kick-off event for the 2010-2011 EATC program was a public lecture by Andrew Delbanco, Professor of American Studies at Columbia. Professor Delbanco’s lecture was based on his new book, College: What it Was, Is, and Should Be. He is the author of many books including Death of Satan, Puritans in America, and Melville: His World and Works, and was named by Time Magazine as “America’s Best Social Critic.”
The year-long seminar explores moral psychology, moral theory, and pedagogical strategies for integrating ethics into every aspect of the Dartmouth curriculum. This program is made by possible by the generous donation of A. George “Skip” Battle (’66) and support from the Provost Office.
For more information about the EATC program, including how to participate in next year's seminar, please click here.
Last Updated: 1/25/11