The Ethics Institute sponsors programming in four general areas:
- Programs for Dartmouth students,
- external faculty and researchers,
- and the general public.
For the latest information about our programs and events, please join our mailing list: email@example.com.
The Ethics Minor consists of a total of 6 courses: 2 required introductory courses, three other courses forming a coherent "cluster" or focus of interest, and a senior culminating project.
Proposal and Required Courses
Meet our Minor Students!
Ethics Minor Presentations Luncheon, May 17, at 12:30pm, Ethics Institute Conference Room.
Dartmouth Ethics Society
The 2015 Northeast Regional Ethics Bowl was November 14 at St. Joseph's College, Patchogue, NY (Long Island). The Dartmouth Ethics Bowl competed for spots on the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team. The National competition is held in conjunction with the Association of Practical and Professional Ethics Conference in February. Learn more>>
Aaron Scholar Program
Aaron Scholars apply and are selected in the Fall term. During the winter term, the Ethics Institute partners 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 work with a select group of Dartmouth undergraduate students to explore issues of legal ethics, conflict resolution and community service. Program dates: November 28 through December 3, 2016. The Ethics Institute and the University of Miami School of Law Aaron Scholars Program. Applications accepted now.
Mediation at Dartmouth (M@D) co-sponsored by the Dean of the College.
On campus, the group works to achieve peaceful compromise between conflicting parties by providing peer mediation services. Learn more>>
Intercollegiate Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC)
The 2016 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. The 2016 competition takes place in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Learn more>>
The competition is held in conjunction with the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association's Sponsoring Partner Forum. Teams form during Winter term. If you are interested in joining the IBECC team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 Dartmouth Bioethics Group allows students with interests in bioethics to get together for discussion and film events planned throughout the year. Contact email@example.com to learn more.
Graduate Ethics Program
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>>
Carnegie Council "Ethics Fellows for the Future" 2015 Recipient
Ethics Fellows for the Future (EFFs) are the next generation of scholars, policymakers, and practitioners. They are undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate student mentees of the Global Ethics Fellows.
Reem Chamseddine is a rising junior at Dartmouth College, where she is majoring in government. She is from Beirut, Lebanon.
On campus, Chamseddine is active in J Street U, the Dartmouth Daily newspaper, and Model UN. Her interests in international affairs have grown over the years, and she is excited to expand on those interests as a Future Fellow. In general, Chamseddine is very interested in global institutions and in how these institutions create a standard for relations between and within nations.
Faculty Fellow - Each year, the Ethics Institute selects a tenured Dartmouth faculty member to be the part-time resident Faculty Fellow at the Institute. Learn more>>
Ethics Across the Curriculum Faculty Seminar - The Ethics Institute hosts faculty seminars that have as its goal the integration of ethics into research and teaching. Fall 2016, EATC Schedule.
Faculty Working Groups - Now forming, 2016 Faculty Working Group on Water Rights.
External Faculty and Researchers
Visiting Scholar Program - The Ethics Institute provides a limited number of appointments for visiting scholars who wish to use the resources of the institute and the campus at large for a designated research project. Learn more>>
Ira Helfand of Physicians for Social Responsibility, "The Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It". April 4, 4:00 pm., Haldeman 041. Sponsored by the Ethics Institute and co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center.