Each year, the Dundon-Berchtold Institute funds teams of faculty and students to conduct projects and curriculum fellowships focused on the application of ethics within and across academic and professional fields. With support and collaboration from the Department of Philosophy, the Research in the Application of Ethics program encourages Faculty Fellows and Student Scholars to participate thoughtfully in these important conversations as they lean into the lived ethical tensions of the modern world. This repository collection showcases some of the academic publications and presentations that have emerged from these faculty-student research partnerships.
Strategies for Strengthening Ethics Education in a DNP Program, Amber Vermeesch, Patricia H. Cox, Sarah Baca, and Derek Simmons (Journal Article)
Applied Ethics Can Foster the Teacher-Scholar Model and Impact Undergraduate Research Campus-Wide, Amelia Ahern-Rindell and Alex Quackenbush (Journal Article)
THE PROBLEMS CAUSING THE REAL ESTATE CRASH - A LEGAL, ETHICAL AND MORAL PERSPECTIVE, Richard D. Gritta and Ryan Gillespie (Journal Article)
Development and Reliability Testing of a Survey: Measuring Trusting and Deference Behaviors in Microethical Nursing Practice, Loretta C. Krautschied, Justin Britton, and Carol Craig (Journal Article)