Grants for OU grads participating in 2004 grad seminar on Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
2004 February 26th, 12:00 to February 29th, 12:00 pm
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Ohio University Institute for Applied and Professional Ethics is providing a limited number of grants to cover travel, and board expenses of Ohio University graduates participating in the graduate seminar on Teaching Practical and Professional Ethics, to be held at the 2004 meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics in Cincinnati.

Seminar details and sign-up procedure are available at

To receive a grant, a student must be enrolled in an Ohio University campus in the Winter 2004 quarter and must successfully register for the seminar.

To apply for a travel grant, forward to confirmation of registration in the seminar and a message describing your interest in the graduate APPE travel grant program.

Funding is limited. Grants will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

A copy of the APPE seminar announcement follows:

Graduate Seminar on teaching Practical and Professional Ethics

If you are a graduate student assistant or other graduate student who would profit from a short course in teaching ethics please consider the special short course being offered during the Annual Meeting. The course will be for students across disciplines and will include some advance reading. See details below:

Graduate Seminar on teaching Practical and Professional Ethics

A special four hour seminar on the teaching of ethics open to graduate students in all disciplines will be offered during the Annual Meeting on Thursday, February 26. The seminar will be taught by Martin Benjamin, Philosophy, Michigan State University and Richard Momeyer, Miami University of Ohio. The seminar will focus on the problems, pitfalls and resources for teaching practical and professional ethics. Enrollment will be limited and on a first come basis. Participants need not register for the Annual Meeting to attend. There will be a $25 registration fee for the seminar. Registration information can be found on the Association’s web site at

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