Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
Twenty-sixth Annual International Conference
Westin Dallas Park Central, Dallas, Texas
February 23 through 26, 2017
Education Ethics – Theory and Practice - Program Track Announcement
Below is the preliminary schedule for the Education Ethics Track. Please, verify sessions and times with the official 2017 APPE Annual Conference Program and hotel reader boards before attending sessions.
Some presentations may be listed in more than one track, based on the subject matter.
Friday, February 24, 2017
“Beyond Compliance: Integrating Deliberation and Ethics with Resources from the Presidential Bioethics Commission”
Lisa M. Lee, Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues
"You May Be Teaching Ethics Unethically"
Stephanie Birdsall, Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University
Jason Scott Robert, Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University
"Faculty and Student Perceptions of Cheating"
Anita M. Gordon, Center for Academic Ethics, University of Northern Iowa
Helen C. Harton (not presenting), Center for Academic Ethics, University of Northern Iowa
“Creating an Undergraduate Culture of Integrity: The Emory Integrity Project”
Edward L. Queen, Center for Ethics, Emory University
“Strategies for Fostering a Campus Culture of Character: A Case Study"
Annalee R. Ward, Wendt Center for Character Education, University of Dubuque
Self-Knowledge and Human Action
Michael Boylan, Philosophy, Marymount University
Julie Kirsch, Philosophy, D’Youville College
Deborah Mower, Philosophy, University of Mississippi
Phyllis Vandenberg, Philosophy, Grand Valley State University, Moderator
Ethical Inquiry and Engaged Citizenship: How Innovation in Teaching Ethics Empowers Students to Address Contemporary Moral Problems
Melissa Burchard, Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Asheville
Brian Butler, Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Asheville
Grace Campbell, Humanities, University of North Carolina, Asheville
Elizabeth Harvey, Management, University of North Carolina, Asheville
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Advising as Mentoring: Empowering Students to Succeed
Jennifer Kling, Philosophy, Siena Heights University
Wiona Porath, Siena Heights University
"On Practical Ethics as Moral Problem-Solving: Whither Dewey?"
Alan A. Preti, Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility, Rosemont College
"Three Perspectives and the Ethics Classroom"
Patrick Croskery, Philosophy and Religion, Ohio Northern University
“Software Engineering for the Soul: Our Experience Teaching Ethics to Computer Science Seniors”
Raquel Diaz-Sprague, Computer and Information Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Alan Sprague, Computer and Information Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham
“Getting the Most out of your Classroom Games”
Constance Porter, Management, St. Edward's University
"Competitive Playfulness: 10 Cases in Sports Ethics"
Matthew Stolick, Religious Studies and Philosophy, University of Findlay
“Using Student Video Competitions to Promote Ethics Across the Disciplines”
Tammy Cowart, Center for Ethics, University of Texas at Tyler
Gloria Duke, Center for Ethics, University of Texas at Tyler
Vandy Dubre, Center for Ethics, University of Texas at Tyler
Fredericka Brown, Center for Ethics, University of Texas at Tyler
“Now Online: YouTube Videos, International Volunteering and the Ethics of Service?”
Joanne Lalonde, Education, University of Ottawa
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In this section
- November 28 End of Early Bird Registration
- December Notification of Program Presenters
- January 9 Deadline for Audio Visual Request Forms
- January 9 National IEB Team Registration ends
- January 20 Publisher Ads deadline
- January 23 End of On-Time Registration
- February 1 Hotel Reservations deadline
- February 6 Meal Reservations with Payment deadline