Ethics Across the Curriculum
From 1997-2003, IIT hosted colleagues from institutions internationally and across the country for the Ethics Across the Curriculum summer workshops. Running seven days, these workshops allowed twenty participants from a variety of disciplines to discuss ways in meaningfully integrate ethics into undergraduate and graduate curricula. The workshop had been successfully offered to IIT faculty in 1991-1994, and a generous grant from the National Science Foundation allowed CSEP to expand the workshop to include participants from other institutions starting in 1994. Since then, a number of other institutions have started hosting their own workshops. See the links below for more information on past EAC schedules and an updated bibliography on integrating ethics into curriculum.
Summary of the workshops conducted by CSEP. It is designed to assist instructors with integrating ethics teaching into their course curricula, and includes handouts and short discussions of each topic covered during the week-long workshop.
Upcoming workshops and conferences focusing on ethics education, teaching research ethics, and other events.
Divided by discipline, this is a list of articles, books, and web resources on teaching ethics.
This website is a collection of engineering ethics problems developed by graduate students and faculty in universities around the U.S. The main goal of this project was to help faculty revise ordinary technical problems in science and engineering to bring out the underlying ethical issues.
Links to other Ethic Across the Curriculum societies and programs
Classroom exercises, reports, and other outcomes from past participants in the workshop. Many of these can be used as examples for successful strategies for including ethics in your own class curriculum.