The Ethics Institute sponsors programming in four general areas: programs for Dartmouth students, faculty, external faculty and researchers, and the general public.
Ethics Minor Presentations Luncheon, May 22, 12-1:30, Ethics Institute Conference Room
Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl - Dartmouth Undergrads compete for spots on the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team. This year's team is competing in Florida due to scheduling conflicts. The National competition is held in conjunction with the Association of Practical and Professional Ethics Conference in February. Learn more>>
On campus, the group works to achieve peaceful compromise between conflicting parties by providing peer mediation services. Learn more>>New program planned: Ethics Through Film!
The Dartmouth Mock Trial Society interprets, formulates, and argues a legal case from a given fact pattern. Every year, the American Mock Trial Association releases a fictional case that we must find a way to argue from both the defense and prosecution standpoint. Mock Trial competitions consist of presenting a complete legal case, including opening statements, closing arguments, and three witness testimonies per side. Each element of the case is scored by judges.
In 2013, the Dartmouth Mock Trial team traveled to Greenville, SC to compete in a regional event at Furman University. Learn more>>
Student teams collaboratively analyze, present, and respond to questions posed by a panel of judges. Students compete with teams from various business colleges from around the world. The experience promises to challenge students' moral reasoning, provide a wonderful networking opportunity, and in the end, raise students' awareness of the importance of corporate social responsibility. Competition held in October, at the University of Arizona, Eller School of Management, in Tucson, AZ.
The 2014 International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC) is a competition in which teams of undergraduate or graduate students present the legal, financial, and ethical aspects of a case as well as their solution. Competitions take place in Tucson, Arizona. The competition will be held in conjunction with the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association's Sponsoring Partner Forum.
The Ethics Institute along with the Tuck School of Business sponsored two teams, one MBA team and one undergraduate team in May, 2013.
The 2014 Business Ethics Case Competition will be held on May 7-9th, 2014, in Tucson, AZ. Learn more>>
The National Undergraduate Bioethics Bowl is held in conjunction with the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC). Teams will discuss and debate their views on the given case studies. They will be judged by a group of eminent bioethicists for soundness of reasoning, focus on and sensitivity to ethically relevant factors, and deliberative thoughtfulness. Learn more>>
The Graduate Studies Office, in collaboration with the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth, has developed an institution-wide training program in the basics of professional ethics. This program is a requirement for all first-year Arts and Sciences graduate students. The Graduate Ethics Program has four components: an opening session during orientation, a graduate student ethics survey, and four small group discussions addressing focal topics during the first year of graduate school. Learn more>>
Winter term: Internship program at the University of Miami School of Law - The Ethics Institute partnered with the Center for Ethics and Public Service at the University of Miami School of Law to provide an intensive five-day seminar in applied ethics and the law. Professor Anthony Alfieri (University of Miami Professor of Law and Dean's Distinguished Scholar) and Professor Aine Donovan worked with a select group of Dartmouth undergraduate students to explore issues of legal ethics, conflict resolution and community service.
Last Updated: 10/30/13