Is it wrong to sleep through class? Should you sneak into that party? Is it okay to disagree with your professor? Should you rat out your roommate for cheating on their midterm? Do you still need to listen to your … Continued
Event Category: 2018 - 2019
An intensive one day workshop on papers in progress by Chris Howard, Alex Marcoci, Alex Oprea, and Dan Shahar. Lunch and dinner provided. Please register HERE.
Reading Austen and Eliot in the #MeToo Era Adelle Waldman, author of the acclaimed novel The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P, discusses the moral orientation of the Victorian novel of manners in the context of the #MeToo movement. 19th century … Continued
The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles Justin Erlich discusses ways to meet some of the ethical and legal challenges presented by the emergence of various sorts of autonomous vehicles in urban life. Erlich is Vice President of Strategy (Policy, Legal, Communications) … Continued
Jennifer Morton, "Elite Education and the Developing World" Countries in the developing world have an interest in having leaders who have been educated in elite institutions in the developed world and, in fact, many do have such leadership. However, this … Continued
The Parr Center for Ethics at UNC-Chapel Hill is excited to host high school ethics bowl teams from across North Carolina for the 7th annual statewide North Carolina High School Ethics Bowl on Saturday, January 26th! If you are interested … Continued
The Parr Center for Ethics at UNC-Chapel Hill is excited to host 24 qualifying high school ethics bowl teams from across the U.S. for the 7th annual NHSEB National Bowl on April 5-7! If you are interested in volunteering as a … Continued