Support: University of Montana Summer Ethics Courses

Practical Ethics Center

2005 May 1st, 12:00 to July 18th, 12:00 am

Missoula, Montana

The Institute offers support for up to three Ohio University students to attend summer classes at the University of Montana’s Practical Ethics Center. Students will receive travel funding and tuition grants. Students must be registered for the Spring semester of 2005 and be eligible to receive transfer credits from the University of Montana.

Interested students should contact the Institute at ethics@ohio.edu to begin the application process.

The Practical Ethics Center at The University of Montana is offering the following Ethics Courses in Summer 2005. Registration forms, course descriptions, preliminary syllabi, faculty information, and travel information can be downloaded directly from our website, www.umt.edu/ethics. If you need more information, contact the Practical Ethics Center: 406-243-6605, ethics@mso.umt.edu.

May 23 – 29, Wilderness “Management:” Tensions & Paradoxes Instructor: Deborah Slicer, Professor of Philosophy Cost is $475 for 3 undergraduate or graduate credits ($360 for no-credit option).

May 30 – June 5, The Good, the Bad, and the Indulgent: Film and the Construction of Virtue Instructor: Sean O’Brien, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy/Liberal Studies Cost is $475 for 3 undergraduate or graduate credits ($360 for no-credit option).

June 6 – 11, Life & Death, Love & War: Ethics of Contemporary Controversies Instructor: Mark Hanson, Interim Director, Practical Ethics Center Cost is $475 for 3 undergraduate or graduate credits ($360 for no-credit option).

June 20 – 25, Ethics, Fire and Wilderness: Ethical Issues in Ecological Reconstruction Instructor: Dan Spencer, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Liberal Studies/Environmental Studies Cost is $515 for 3 undergraduate or graduate credits ($400 for no-credit option)-includes $40 field-trip fee.

June 20 – 26, Theory and Skills of Ethics Teaching Instructor: Deni Elliott, Poynter-Jamison Professor of Journalism Ethics & Press Policy, University of South Florida-St. Petersburg Cost is $525 for 3 graduate credits ($410 for no-credit option)-includes $50 materials fee.

July 15 – 18, Management Decision Making and Business Ethics Instructor: Andrew Wicks, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, and Co-Director, Olsson Center for Business Ethics Cost is $455 for 2 graduate credits ($340 for no credit option).

Research Ethics Online (asynchronous–take anytime, anywhere) Instructor: Dr. Mark Hanson, Interim Director, Practical Ethics Center Cost is $240 for 1 graduate credit.

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