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Ethics Programs and Awards

Ethics Programs and Awards

Holstein Ethics in the Curriculum Award

In order to enrich our students’ appreciation for the importance of ethics, the Holstein ethics in the curriculum award provides support for a faculty member to either enhance an existing course by the addition of material on ethics, or to support the creation of a new course that has a substantial focus on ethics as it relates to the topic of the course. Any course that can be improved by adding material that relates ethical questions to the topic of the course is appropriate. The committee eagerly welcomes proposals from all divisions. We proudly recognize the winners of this award, designed to deepen our students’ critical exploration of ethical issues and development of moral courage. 

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2018

Sara Clarke-Vivier

Education

2018

Rich DeProspo

American Studies

2018

Kyle Wilson

Math & Computer Science

2017

Heather Harvey and Anne Marteel-Parish

Art & Art History and Chemistry

2017

Andrew Oros and Christine Wade

Political Science

2016

Janet Sorrentino

History

2015

Holly Brewster

Psychology

2014

Sean Meehan

English

2013

Rich DeProspo

English

2012

Ryan Kelty

Sociology

2011

Christine Wade

Political Science

2010

Peter Weigel

Philosophy

2009

Susan Vowels

Business Management

2008

Jessica Garrity

Political Science

Holstein Senior Capstone Experience Award

The prize is awarded each year to the graduating senior or seniors whose senior thesis, in the opinion of the selection committee, best demonstrates an interest in ethics and the application of ethics to his or her area of interest.

2019  
2018 Jordan Weir
2017 James P. Mitchell
2016 Reilly Cox
2015 Cassandra Dixon
2014 George Gabriel
2013 Audrey Hasting
2012 Beverly Frimpong
2011 Tom Kurtzmann and Allison Harper
2010 Maureen Sentman
2009 Timothy May
2008 Andrew Sun