January 31st to February 3rd 2002

International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum: Cases and Codes

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

On pedagogical and philosophical issues that arise in teaching ethics in disciplines other than philosophy with a concentration upon the theme: Cases and Codes

 

Keynote speaker — Virginia Held, President of the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association

 

Conference Directors: Robert Baum (Florida) & Doug Chismar (Chowan College)

 

THURSDAY, January 31st

 

1-2:20 — Concurrent Sessions

 

1-A

 

Scott R. Stroud (San Jose State University)

 

Defending Kant’s Ethics In Light of the Modern Business Organization

 

Edward J. Romar (University of Massachusetts Boston)

 

Teaching Business Ethics: Contemporary Problems and some Confucian Solutions

 

1-B

 

Stephan Millett (Wesley College, Australia)

Ethics and Metaphysics In an Age of Rapid Technological Convergence

 

Samuel Bruton (University of Southern Mississippi)

 

The Chemist’s Code of Conduct and the Moral Force of Professional Codes

 

2:30-3:50 — Plenary session 1

 

Barbara Kramer (Santa Fe Community College)

 

Ethical Conflict Dilemmas: Hitting the Mark

 

Oliver J. Larmi (Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania)

 

A Guide to the Morally Perplexed (or Teaching Bernie)

 

4-4:45 — Plenary session 2

 

Frances Krouse (Tuskegee University)

 

Philosophical and Pedagogical Issues Arising in a Tuskegee University Orientation Course Including the “Tuskegee Syphilis Study” Case

 

5-5:30 — Plenary Session 3

 

Elaine Englehardt, David Keller, Brian Birch, & Dennis Potter (UVSC) & David Johnson (FIPSE)

 

Report on the FIPSE grant project

 

7 — Wine and Cheese Reception

 

7:30 — Open Forum on Terrorism and Ethics

 

FRIDAY, February 1

 

8:30-9:50 — Concurrent Sessions

 

2-A

 

Stephen Satris (Clemson University)

 

The Use of Case Studies In Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs

 

Jeffrey Burkhardt (University of Florida)

 

Ethics in the Food/Agriculture System: The Case of Genetically Modified Foods

 

2-B

 

Eleanor Stewart, Glenn Griener, Sharon Warren, & Paul Byrne (University of Alberta)

 

Research Ethics Education in Human & Health Sciences: A Video Series

 

Ronnie Hawkins (University of Central Florida)

 

Self, Other, and Playing God: The Thorny Issues of Stem Cell Research & Xenotransplantation in Larger Perspective

 

10:10-11:20 — Concurrent Sessions

 

3-A

 

Elizabeth A. Oljar (University of Detroit Mercy)

 

Moral Issues and Case Law: The Uses of Judicial Opinion in Teaching Philosophical Ethics

 

Alyson C. Flournoy (Univ. of Florida, Levin College of Law)

 

Unearthing Environmental Ethics

 

3-B

 

Rolland W. Pack (Freed-Hardeman University)

 

Case Studies and Moral Conclusions: Are We Thinking Clearly?

 

Robert F. Card (Ferris State University)

 

Using Case Studies to Develop Critical Thinking Skills in Ethics Courses

 

3-C

 

Stephen Scales (Towson University)

 

Paradigm Cases, Moral Prototype Activation and Practical Wisdom

 

Daniel E. Wueste (Clemson University)

 

Student Paradigms & Ethics in Professional Practice

 

11:30-12:45 — Panel 1

 

Craig Walton (UNLV), Michael Pritchard (Western Michigan), Elaine Englehardt (UVSC), & David Foulger (SUNY Oswego)

 

The Use of Cases in the Teaching of Ethics

 

12:45-2 — Lunch

 

2-3:15 — Keynote Address

 

Virginia Held

Care and the Extension of Markets

 

3:30-4:45 – Concurrent Sessions

 

4-A

 

Ted Lockhart (Michigan Technological University)

 

A Critique of Line Drawing as a Method of Case Analysis

 

Lisa H. Newton (Fairfield University)

 

But Can It Travel? The Doctrine of Double Effect & the Danger of Cross-Disciplinary Motion Disorder

 

4-B

 

Ray Moseley (Univ. of Florida College of Medicine)

 

Professionalism in Medicine: Is it Time for a Revival or A Death Knell for Medical Professional Ethics?

 

Rico Peterson & Chris Monikowski (National Technical Institute for the Deaf)

 

Moral Imperatives in Interpreting Education

 

4-C

 

Erin Livingston (Miyazaki University, Japan)

Ethics and ELF: Choosing Cases and Describing Theories

Joseph A. Petrick & John F. Quinn (Wright State University)

 

Integrity Capacity and The Challenge of Professional Responsibility

 

4:55-5:45 — Concurrent Sessions

 

5-A

 

Dale Miller & Stephen K. Medvic (Old Dominion University)

 

Political Ethics

 

5-B

 

Barbara Bernstein (Carnegie Mellon) & Douglas Chismar (Chowan College)

 

Art and Controversy: A Framework for Teaching Ethical Issues in the Arts

 

6-6:30 — Reception

 

7-9 — Banquet

 

8 — Presidential Address

 

Wade L. Robison (RIT)

 

Tit-for-tat Plus

 

SATURDAY, February 2

 

All day

Jim Kroll

National Science Foundation poster session on plagiarism

 

9-10:20 — Concurrent Sessions

 

6-A

 

Thomas May (Medical College of Wisconsin) & Jana Craig (Clinical Ethics Center, Memorial Health System & Southern Illinois University School of Medicine)

Teaching Ethics to Future Healthcare Professionals:

How Familiarity with Clinical Setting Can Help

 

Kenneth Kipnis (University of Hawaii)

 

Professional Ethics and Instructional Success

 

6-B

 

Mark Manion (Drexel University)

 

The Future of Engineering Ethics

 

Peter Madsen (Carnegie Mellon University)

 

The EDM and BEE Projects at Carnegie Mellon University: Meeting the ABET Criteria

 

10:30-12 Concurrent Sessions

 

7-A

 

Nancy A. Stanlick (University of Central Florida)

 

Honor Codes, Individual Worth, and the Academic Community:

Teaching Ethics to “Plagiarists” and “Cheaters” Across the Curriculum

 

Bernard Gert (Dartmouth College)

 

Academic Cheating

 

7-B

 

Kim Skoog (University of Guam)

 

A Coherence Theory of Ethics

 

Ian Maitland (University of Minnesota)

 

The Poverty of Philosophy: Peter Singer’s Solution to World Poverty

 

12-2 — Lunch

 

1:30-2:50 — Concurrent Sessions

 

8-A

 

David T. Ozar (Loyola University Chicago)

 

Three Kinds of Case-Based Teaching: An Outcomes-Centered Approach

 

Beth A. Dixon (SUNY, Plattsburgh)

 

Narrative Cases

 

8-B

 

Peter C. List (Oregon State University)

 

Why Public Environmental Scientists Should be Environmental Advocates:

A Paradigm Case and Contrasting Codes

 

Eleanor Wittrup (University of the Pacific)

 

Considering the Student: The Importance of Ethical Teaching

 

8-C

 

Susan Martinelli-Fernandez & Judith Dallinger (Western Illinois University)

 

Before Cases and Codes: Pedagogy and Communications in Ethics

 

Edward Langerak (St. Olaf College)

 

Using Students’ Own Moral Decisions as Case Studies

 

3-4:10 — Panels

 

Panel 2-A

 

Susan Loughron (St. Edwards University)

 

Moral Reasoning Across the Curriculum

 

David Keller (UVSC)

 

Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum in a Religiously Homogenous Community:

A Case Study

 

Panel 2-B

 

Rick Momeyer, Ann Fuehrer, Marty Jendrek, & Alton Sanders (Miami University of Ohio)

 

Ethics Across the Curriculum Through the Back Door:

A Morality Tale From a Resistant University

 

Rebecca Harris, Susanna Davis, & Janet Pendleton (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)

 

Developing Teaching Strategies for Professional and Research Ethics in Emerging Professions

 

4:20-5:30 — Concurrent Sessions

 

9-A

 

Rita C. Manning (San Jose State University)

 

Teaching Leadership in Professional Ethics Courses

 

Kelly Parker & Phyllis Vandenberg (Grand Valley State University)

 

But How Will I Use It in the Real World? Undergraduate Field Research Projects in Professional Ethics

 

9-B

 

Sharon Homan, Mary Domahidy, Gary Behrman, Kenneth Homan, & Peter W. Salsich Jr. (St. Louis University)

 

Social Responsibility and the Professional

Ronald J. Kizior (Loyola University Chicago)

 

Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum:

Enhance Your Graduate Program with Ethics

 

9-C

 

Jeffery P. Whitman & Jerrell E. Habegger (Susquehanna University)

 

A Tale of Two Professions: Accounting and the Military

 

Ron Hirschbein (California State University, Chico & Walden University)

 

Mutually Assured Instruction: Team-Teaching Just War Theory

 

5:30-6 — Business meeting

 

6:30-7 — Reception

 

8-9

 

Special Session on Nontextual tools for Teaching Ethics

 

Susan E. Zinner-Kemp (Indiana University)

 

The Use of Film in Class to Illustrate Ethical Principles

 

Ken Homan (St. Louis University)

 

Life Monopoly: A Case Methodology for Teaching Christian Social Ethics

 

9 until whenever — President’s Party

 

SUNDAY, February 3

 

9:00-11:00 — Concurrent Sessions

 

10-A

 

John P. Buerck, Asai Asaithambi & Donna J. Werner (St. Louis University)

 

Integrating Ethics into a Computer Science and Technology Curriculum:

Challenges, Accomplishments and New Opportunities

 

Donna M. Schaeffer & Charles F. Piazza (Univ. of San Francisco)

 

Integrity: The Role of Ethical Thinking in the Academic Education

of Information Systems Professionals

 

10-B

 

Thomas Oakland (University of Florida)

 

Revising an Ethics Code of a 170,000 Member Association

 

Gary Behrman

 

Integrating a Philosophical Framework with the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics Through a Case Study Approach

 

Carol Gould

 

Does Stakeholder Theory Require Democratic Management?

 

Funded by:

 

  • The University of Florida Center for Applied Philosophy and Ethics in the Professions
  • The Ethics Center at Utah Valley State College
  • Dr. James Dale Ethics Center at Youngstown State University
  • The Ezra A. Hale Chair in Applied Ethics at the Rochester Institute of Technology
  • FIPSE, the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education

 

Revised January 28, 2002