Englehardt, Elaine E.
Title:
Distinguished Professor - Ethics
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Elaine Eliason Englehardt, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor of Ethics

Utah Valley University

800 West University Parkway

Orem, UT  84058

Work Phone:  801.863.6464

Cell Phone:  801.360.7731

Fax:  801.863.7288

ElaineE@uvu.edu

 https://www.amazon.com/author/elaine  

EDUCATION

1989-1994 Ph.D., University of Utah

1982-1984 Brigham Young University

1971- 1974 Brigham Young University

PROFESSOR - Traditional

Tenure Track  Faculty at UVU

2005 – present Distinguished Professor of Ethics

1993 – present Professor of Philosophy           

1989 – 1993 Associate Professor of Philosophy 

1984 – 1989 Assistant Professor of Philosophy

1976 – 1984 Journalism/English Instructor and student newspaper advisor

Non-Traditional

2008-2011 Adjunct Professor at Western Michigan University, Department of Philosophy 

2004- 2009 - Visiting Professor at the Helsinki School of Economics MBA program teaching Business Ethics

2004-2006 Olsson Senior Fellow and Visiting Professor at The University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business.  As Olsson Senior Fellow I worked with PhD and MBA students creating and analyzing case studies.  I taught a PhD course in Business and Existentialism, a BS course in Engineering Ethics and I was a frequent guest lecturer.

Administration – Utah Valley University

2003 – 2012 Special Assistant to the President

2003 – 2005 Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

2001 – 2003 Vice President for Scholarship, Outreach and Research

1996 – 2001 Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs

1998 – 1999 Director of Integrated Studies Program

1992 – 1998 Director Center for the Study of Ethics

1989 – 1990 Acting Dean, Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, Sciences, Nursing, Physical Education and Allied Health

1988 – 1991 Associate Dean, College of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, Sciences, Nursing, Physical Education and Allied Health (half administration/half faculty)

1986-1988  Humanities Department

BROADCAST PROFESSOR

Broadcast professor for EDNET

 1990 – Present    EDNET Broadcast Professor

                              38 class periods of "Ethics and Values" for State Educational   

                              television Channel 9, EDNET.  Over 300 students take the course

                              each semester.  (Fourth Taping – more than 155 episodes.)

1994 – Present     Interactive Broadcast Professor - Ethics and Values course

 

Traditional courses taught within the last five years: Ethics and Values, Business Ethics, Bioethics, Political Philosophy, Semiotics, Media Ethics, Organizational Communication Ethics, Legal Ethics, Mass Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication.

 

Selected Television Programs

To view all Elaine E. Englehardt Democracy Programs, visit URL http://www.youtube.com/utahvalleyuniversity#p/c/4EDE7B9EEB6C1958

 

Utah Democracy Project: Discussions in Democracy

 

§  “Building Trust in U.S. and Chinese Relations” with panelists Tim Stratford (International Chinese Expert), Danny Damron, and Eric Heyer.  January 11, 2011.

§  “Journalism, and the Ethics of the First Amendment” with panelists Kris Radish (Award Winning Novelist), Geanille Pugmire, and Clark Caras.  December 3, 2010.

§  “Chinese Energy and the Ethics of Conservation,” Carl Mitcham (Professor Colorado School of Mines), Michael Pritchard and Leo Chang. November 19, 2010.

§  “A First Term Congressman Looks at Democracy,” Jason Chaffetz (Congressman Utah 3rd District), Linda Walton, Richard Portwood.  February 2009. 

§  “Archeology and Discoveries of Ancient Civilizations,” David Clark Knowlton (Fellow recipient) and Cat Philpot.   

§  “Women from War Torn Iraq,” Laura Hamblin (Fellow recipient), Mary Robinson.

§  “Journalism and Basics in Democracy,” Andrew Revkin (New York Times Reporter), David Scott, David Keller, October 2009. 

§  “The Middle East and International Policies,” Omar Kader (Pal-Tech CEO), Bonner Richie, David Keller, October 2007.  

§  “Academic Freedom and Basic Democracy,” Cary Nelson (President AAUP), David Keller, Scott Abbott.   March 2009. 

§  “Human Trafficking and other third world degradations,” Rocky Anderson (CEO), Larry Harper, April 2009.

§  “Research Ethics and Democracy,” Mark Sagoff, David Keller, May 2008. 

§  “Supreme Justice,” Justice Christine Durham (Utah State Supreme Court), Jill Jasperson, David Keller.  October 2008.

§  “Remembering the Philosophy of Robert Solomon,” Kathleen Higgins, Kelly Oliver, Pierre Lamarche, David Sherman, October 2008. 

§  “Topaz, Japanese Internment Camp,” Jane Beckwith,   Cherstin Lyon, Steve Koga, September 2007.  

§  “Remembering Vietnam through Poetry,” Kenn Reagle (Poet), Lisa Beaudry, Wayne Hanewicz, September 2006.  

§  “The Limits of Business and Democracy,” Ralph Nader, Phil Gordon, Dennis Potter, Michael Minch, David Keller, Brian Birch.  October 2006. 

 

Developing Academic Programs:

     Developed China Studies program, with two minors and two majors

Developed Integrated Studies Degree at Utah Valley University

 Developed core humanities course for all degree students, "Ethics and Values."

 Developed courses in Business Ethics, Media Ethics, Interpersonal Communication,Ethics, Professional Ethics, Semiotics, Political Philosophy,  History of Civilization, History of Science, and Literature and Philosophy by Women.

      Developed and chaired general education task force from 1984-2003.

Developed Associate of Applied Science and Associate of Science Degrees Utah Valley University, 1982.

 

Additional Duties

 

 2000 – present:

       Accreditor with Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. 

       Special Accreditor for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, Quality Enhancement Plan specialist

 

1994 – present:

       Author under contract with Cambridge Press, McGraw-Hill Publishing, Thompson, Wadsworth, and Springer. 


1986- present:

        Executive Board Member: UVU Center for the Study of Ethics

 

 1992 – present:

        Coordinator of UVU Ethics Across the Curriculum Program 

         Started the Center for the Study of Ethics in 1992

 

Recognition and Awards:

 

Theodore M. Hesburgh Award.  National First place award for Faculty       Development to enhance undergraduate teaching and Learning - for the Ethics Across the Curriculum Program

CASE Utah Professor of the Year.  Selected by The Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, D.C.

 

Distinguished Professor designation – UVU Board of Trustees

 

Distinguished Faculty Award – Utah Valley University Foundation Board

 

State of Utah Governors Award in the Humanities; Awarded by the Utah

    Humanities Council for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the

    Humanities.

 

Award of Excellence” Utah System of Higher Education Exemplary Use of Technology Award

 

Outstanding Distance Education Professor (Utah System of Higher Ed.)

 

Outstanding Professor, National Outstanding Distance Education Program

 

Olsson Senior Fellow, University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business

 

Parade Magazine, Top Ten National Service Project, “Centro Hispano.”


Utah Valley University Trustees Outstanding Scholarship award

 

Distinguished Service Award, Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters.  

  

Excellence in Research and Scholarship (UVU - 3 years)

 

Excellence in Teaching Award, (UVU- 3 years).


BOOKS

 

 Books Completed:

Patricia Werhane, Elaine Englehardt, Michael Pritchard, Laura Hartman and Crina Archer. Obstacles to Ethical Decision Making.  London: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Lisa Newton, Elaine Englehardt and Michael Pritchard. Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Business, Ethics and Society, 14th Edition, NY: McGraw Hill, 2012,

  Michael Pritchard, Ed Harris and Elaine Englehardt.  Ethical Challenges in Engineering, fourth edition.  New York: Wadsworth, 2013.   

  Elaine Englehardt, Michael Pritchard, Kerry Romesburg and Brian Schrag, Ethics in Higher Education Administration.  Netherlands: Springer Publishers, 2009. 

 Elaine E. Englehardt, Don Schmeltekopf, Ethics and Life: An Interdisciplinary Look at the Humanities, fourth edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010. 

 Lisa Newton, Elaine Englehardt, Michael Pritchard, Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society, 13th edition. NY: McGraw Hill, 2010. 

 Elaine E. Englehardt and Ralph Barney, Media Ethics for a Principled Society, Wadsworth, 2002.

 Elaine E. Englehardt, Interpersonal Communication Ethics: Friends, Intimates, Sexuality, Marriage and Family, Harcourt Brace, 2001.

 Elaine E. Englehardt and James A. Anderson, The Organizational Self and Ethical Conduct: Sunlit Virtue and Shadowed Resistance, Harcourt Brace, 2001.

  

Selected Journal Articles:

§    Patricia Werhane, Elaine Englehardt, Michael Pritchard, Laura Hartman and Dennis Moberg. “Social Constructivism, Mental Models and Problems of Obedience.”  Journal of Business Ethics, 2011.

§  David McArthur, Elaine Englehardt, Jill Jasperson, “Progress toward the Rule of Law in China.  Journal of Applied Philosophy, V 23, n 2, 2009.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt and James Anderson, “Organizational Ethics: Power and Resistance.”  Teaching Ethics, V 7, n 2, Fall 2007. 

§   Elaine E. Englehardt, “Media Ownership:  Past Present and Future.” Teaching Ethics, V 5, n 2, Spring 2006.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt,” The Valerie Plame Fiasco, Teaching Ethics, Volume 6, number 3 Fall 2006.   

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, “An Analysis of Media Ethics.”  Western Michigan University Center for the Study of Ethics in Society, 2006. 

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, “Media Ethics and Civil Society:  The Powerful and Powerless.”  In David Keller, Law, Justice and Civil Virtue.  Utah.  2005.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, Disseminating Ethics,@ Community College Journal, December 1999/January 2000. 

§  Elaine Eliason Englehardt, and DeAnn Evans, "Lies, Deception and Public Relations."  Public Relations Review, Fall 1994.

§  Elaine Eliason Englehardt, "Case Studies and Credibility," Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Fall, 1993.

§  Elaine Eliason Englehardt, "A Core Approach to Teaching Ethics," Community College Journal, January 1992.

§  Elaine Eliason Englehardt, "Interdisciplinary Ethics," Focus, September 1992.

 

Non Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, "Environmental Ethics: Upstream and Downstream," Utah Humanities Review, September 1991.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, "Ethics and Core Curriculum," Advancing the Humanities, May 1989.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, "Confessions of a First Time Interdisciplinarian," Association For Integrative Studies, April 1987.

§  Elaine E. Englehardt, "Humanities and Vocational Education," Focus, September 1986.    

§  1984-1976 Correspondent with United Press International.  Over 1000 articles credited.

 

GRANTS

 

§  1986-2005 -Continuous National Grants

Wrote and directed six national grants in ethics with National Endowment for the Humanities and the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, both agencies with the U.S. Department of Education.  Nationally, the projects involve approximately 600 faculty and 15,000 students.

 

§  2000-2005 -Grant Director, Dissemination grant with Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE, Department of Education). 

Initiated a new society AEthics Across the Curriculum@ and a new national pedagogical journal, Teaching Ethics. 

 

§  1998-2000 - Grant Director, Dissemination Grant with Fund For the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education.

”Ethics Across the Curriculum: Disseminating Successful Educational Reform” An estimated 300 faculty and 15,000 students are nationally and internationally involved in this program.  Implementation varies according to the needs of the institution. The program continues nationally and internationally. 

 

§  1996-1998 Grant Director, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).  Focus Grant to disseminate ethics and ethics curriculum development to elementary and secondary school teachers. To continue the program, area k-12 faculty are invited to attend Utah Valley University ethics programs.  

 

§  1992-1995 Director and author of a three-year FIPSE grant entitled Ethics Across the Curriculum.  Grant involves the participation of faculty in all schools, deans, Vice President for Academic Affairs and the President.  Approximately 100 faculty and administrators are involved in integrating ethics into classrooms in courses in business, nursing, trades, technologies, vocations and liberal arts. About 3,000 students at UVSC are involved yearly. Responsibilities include overseeing budget; developing curricula; assessment; supervising mentoring project; arranging library acquisitions; planning and arranging scholars and other programs.  FIPSE evaluates the project as exemplary and unique.  The program and funding for the program continue at Utah Valley University. 

 

§  1990 – 1993 Director and author of a three-year National Endowment for the Humanities grant in History of Civilization and History of Science (NEH).  Responsibilities include curriculum development, faculty development of twenty interdisciplinary faculty, student assessment, community involvement and library growth.  The program and funding for the program continue at Utah Valley University.

 

§  1986 – 1990 Director and author of a three year National Endowment for the Humanities grant in Ethics and Values (NEH).  The grant focuses on a core course in “Ethics and Values.”  Components of the grant include teacher training, student scholarship, and community participation and library acquisitions in ethics.  National scholars participate in quarterly lecture series and summer seminars.  Responsibilities include curriculum development, faculty development of fifteen interdisciplinary faculty, student assessment, community involvement and library growth.  The program and funding for the program continue at Utah Valley University.

 

Consulting

 

§  Mentoring and Consulting in alphabetical order:   

Mentoring activities include keynote addresses, in-depth academic workshops; programs to strengthen curricula with faculty and administration; programs to strengthen core and distribution requirements in ethics; and programs to develop Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs.

Alamance College, Arizona State University, Bucknell University, Centralia College, Chaffey College, Clarion University, DePaul University, Eastern Wyoming College, Greenville Technical College, Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland; Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Kanazawa, Japan; Lake Michigan Community College, Loyola University of Chicago,  Loyola Marymount, of Los Angeles, CA; Miami Dade Community College, Michigan State University, Northern Idaho College, Pueblo Community College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rock Springs College, Salt Lake Community College, Shenandoah University, Southern Oregon State University, SUNY Plattsburgh, University of Kentucky, Western Michigan University, University of Iowa, University of the Ozarks, University of Dayton, University of Dayton; University of Utah, University of Virginia, University of Nebraska, University of Kansas, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico;  Western Michigan University, Winward College, Hawaii.  

Editing and Review Panels

2008 – Present   Co-Editor, Teaching Ethics, the official publication for the Society of Ethics Across the Curriculum. 


1990 – Present   Panel review for:   National Endowment for the Humanities; Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education; National Science Foundation; Utah Humanities Council.

 

1998-2008 Editorial Board for Teaching Ethics.  Published by the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum at Western Michigan University;

 

Editorial Review board for Weber Studies: Voices and Viewpoints of the Contemporary West.  Published by Weber State University.  Beneficence: Bioethics Journal. Published jointly between Utah Valley University and the University of Utah; Intersections.  Published by the Integrated Studies Department at Utah Valley University

 

1982-1992 Editorial Board for Focus, a scholarly journal published by the Utah State Board of Regents.

 

1990-1996--Editorial Board for Chair published by National Organization for College Chairs and Deans.

Review Editor for Oxford Press, Cambridge Press, McGraw-Hill Publishing, Wadsworth Publisher, St. Martins Press, Prentice Hall Publishers, and Syracuse University Press.

 

Selected Community Service

 

§  2005-present        Judicial Conduct Commission, State of Utah Governor’s appointee

§  2003-2005            Utah Valley Regional Medical Center Ethics Board

§  2000-present        Ethics Commission, Timpanogos Regional Hospital

§  1996-2006            Utah State Board of Regent’s Task Force for General Education

§  1991- 1998           Utah Humanities Council

§  1993-1998            Executive Committee; 1995-97: Chair; 1997-98: 

§  1988-1998            Utah County Planning and Zoning Commission:

§  1990-1998            Chair Utah County Planning and Zoning Commission

§  1996-present        Utah Arts Council Committee.

§  1991                     Executive Board Member of Consortium for Women in Higher Ed.

§  1991-1996            Board Member Provo Arts Council

§  1984-1990            Women’s Division of the Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce

§  1987-1988           President of Women's Division of the Provo/Orem; past president:

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

 Peer Reviewed and Invited Papers:

§  Response to Kok-Chor Tan, “Two Approaches to Global Justice,” University of Utah, Forum for Humanities and Philosophy, Feb. 24, 2011.

§  “Research Ethics for NIH and NSF,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Cincinnati, Oh. February 3 2011. 

§  “The First Published Books in Journalism Ethics,”  Association for Professional and Practical ethics. National Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 5, 2011.  

§  “Critical Thinking, Thomas Reid and Ethics Across the Curriculum,” Keynote Speaker, Mountainwest Philosophy Conference, Weber State University, Ogden, UT, November 19, 2010.

§  “The Ethical Implications of the Market Crash of 2008,” Distinguished Faculty Award Keynote Address, October 19, 2010, Utah Valley University.

§  “The Ethics of Derivatives,” Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, Chicago, IL, October 16, 2010. 

§  “Do Ethics and Oil Mix?”  Western Michigan University, Panelist, Discussion for WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society.  

§  “Thomas Reid’s Contribution to Ethics Across the Curriculum,” Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, Union College, New York, October 7, 2010.

§  Publication in national journals—advice from the experts.  Panel Discussion, October 8, 2010, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, Union College, New York.  

§  A History of Ethics Across the Curriculum,” Keynote address, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, Union College, New York, October 6, 2010.

§  “Thomas Reid’s Practical Ethics,” University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, March 2010. 300th Celebration of Thomas Reid’s contribution to Philosophy.

§  “Author Meets Critic: Ethical Issues in Higher Education Administration,” National Conference of Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, Cincinnati, February 2010. 

§  “Ethical Implications in Milgrim’s Obedience Studies,” Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, Rochester, NY, November 2009. 

§  “Critical Issues in Technology Ethics,” Keynote speaker, Arizona State University, November 2009. 

§  “Ethical Implications in Derivative Investments,” Conference by the Faculty, Utah Valley University, September 2009.  

§  “Social Constructivism, Mental Models and Problems of Obedience.”  European Business Ethics Council.  Athens, Greece, August 2009. 

§   “Ethics and Integrity in Grant Writing,” University of Puerto Rico, Graduate Conference in Ethics and Integrity, April 2009. 

§  “Critical Thinking and Ethics Across the Curriculum” University of Puerto Rico, Graduate Conference in Ethics and Integrity April 2009. 

§  “Engineering Ethics Through Ethics Across the Curriculum.”  Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Kanazawa, Japan, March 8 2009. 

§  “Teaching Ethics and Critical Thinking,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Cincinnati, Oh. March 5, 2009.  

§   “Confucian Ethics and Rule of Law,” Conference by the Faculty, Utah Valley University, January 2009. 

§  “Ethics in Higher Education Administration,” Rochester, NY; National Conference of Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, November 2008. 

§  “Higher Education Administration and Ethical Issues,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, March 2007.

§  “Ethics and Big Business Media,” The 14th Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, Chicago, Il.., November 1-4, 2007.

§  “Developing an Ethics and Ethics Across the Curriculum Program.”  Keynote Speaker, Symposium at University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY, October 2007.

§  “Globalization and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.”  Conference by the Faculty, Utah Valley University, January 17, 2006.

§  “Internet, Technology and Ethics,” Ethics Awareness Week, Utah Valley University, Sept. 2005.

§  “Media Ethics and Media Ownership.”  Keynote Speaker, National Conference by Humanities and Technology Society, Snowbird, Utah, November 2005. 

§  “Ethics and Life,” Keynote Speaker University of the Ozarks, Arkansas.  August 2005.

§  “Women MBA and an Ethical Work Environment,” October, 2004, University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business, International MBA Women’s Conference.

§  “Media Ethics: The Powerful and Powerless,” Society for Business Ethics, Chicago, Ill. November 2004, DePaul University.

§  “Organizational Ethics,” Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, University of Oregon, November 2004. 

§   “Integrating Ethics Assessments.”  Society for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Austin Texas, September 2003.

§  “Developing Grant Opportunities,” FIPSE National Conference, September 2003. 

§  “Ethics Integration,” Notre Dame University, November 2003.

§  “Peace and Patriotism: A Year after Sept 11.”  Utah Valley State College, Sept. 11, 2002.

§  “Ethics and Community Participation.”  Dixie State College, March 14, 2002.

§   “The Hesburgh Award,” acceptance address, Utah Valley University, May 8, 2001.  Presented by TIAA/CREF. 

§  “National Review of Ethics Across the Curriculum,” National Conference Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, March 2001. 

§   “Ethics in Academics.”  Keynote Address, University of Virginia, Feb. 20, 2001.

§  “Evaluation of General Education Programs in the Utah System of Higher Education.” National Conference American Association of Colleges and Universities, New Orleans, La., Elaine E. Englehardt, Ann Leffler, Norman Jones and D. Gillespe, January 18, 2001.

§  “Ethics and Everyday Life.”  Snow College, January 8, 2001. 

§  “Integrated Studies as an Academic Degree,” faculty and administrative seminar, Nevada, December 7, 2000. 

§  “Disseminating Ethics Across the Curriculum,” National FIPSE Conference (Department of Education), November 2000. 

§   “Art, Ethics and Free Enterprise,” Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, July 2000. 

§  “Ethics Programs and Ethics Across the Curriculum: A National Movement.”  Keynote speech, National Conference, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, October, 2000.

§   “Implementing Ethics Across the Curriculum.” Faculty Seminar, Rochester Institute of Technology May 2000. 

§  “General Education Programs in the Utah System of Higher Education.” National Conference American Association of Colleges and Universities, Elaine E. Englehardt, Ann Leffler, Norman Jones and Dair Gillespe, April 7, 2001. 

§   “Ethics Across the Curriculum,” January 31, University of Guam, January 2000.

§  “A Simple Plan for Ethics Across the Curriculum,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, February 25, 2000, Wash., D.C.

§  “Business Ethics,” College of Humanities Colloquium. Utah Valley University, July 19, 2000. 

§  “Ethics and Art from Liberal and Communitarian Perspectives.” University of Utah Museum of Art, Salt Lake City, Utah.  July 14, 2000.

§  “Ethical Implications in Genetics,” as part of panel discussion September 21, 2000.

§  “Ethics Across the Curriculum, National Conference, Fund For Post-Secondary Education, Washington, D.C.  October 15, 1999.

§  ”Integrated Studies: An Exemplary Degree” National Conference, Association for Integrated Studies, Chicago, Illinois, October 1, 1999. 

§   “National Marketing Tools in Integrated Studies,” National Conference, Association for Integrated Studies, Chicago, Illinois Elaine E. Englehardt, October 1, 1999. 

§  “The History of Ethics Across the Curriculum,” National Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 29, 1999.  Organizer of national conference and organization. 

§   “Ethics in any Curriculum,” Keynote speaker, Rochester Institute of Technology, March 1999.

§   “Relationship Ethics,” Keynote Speaker, Humanities Week, Utah Valley University, January 1998.

§  “Teaching Ethics K-12,” National Endowment for the Humanities, National Conference, Washington, D.C., September 1997.

§  “Liberal and Communitarian Ethics: A Guide to Censorship,” Keynote speaker, Censorship Conference, Salt Lake Arts Council, October 1997.

§  “Religious Diversity from Liberal and Communitarian frameworks,” Keynote Speaker, Utah Council for the Humanities, September 1997. 

§  “Ethics and the Internet,” Brigham Young University, Tanner Annual Business Forum, April 1997.

§  “Ethics and Sports: Taking on the NCAA,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Washington, D.C., February 1997.

§  “Advancing the Humanities in Utah,” Utah State Legislature, February 1997.

§  "Ethics from Communitarian and Liberal Perspectives," July 30, 31; August 1, 2, 1996.  Four Day Workshop in Amerika Samoa. 

§  "Ethics: Women Working in Harmony," Women's Conference, Utah Valley University, January 27, 1996.          

§  "Ethics Across the Curriculum," Keynote Speaker and Ethic Awareness Week Workshop, Southern Oregon State College, January 1996.

§  “Teaching Ethics by Television,” Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Austin, Texas, Feb. 1996.

§  “Ethics and Lies,” Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Business Seminar, April, 1995.

§  "Ethics and Communication," Association for University Women, National Conference, Orlando, Florida, March 3, 1995.

§  "Ethics:  Women Working With Women in Harmony," Keynote speaker, Workforce 2000, San Diego, California, February 9, 1995.

§  “Ethics and the Adjunct Professor,” Panel Discussion, Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, National Conference, Washington, D.C., Feb. 1995.

§  "Business Ethics:  Issues of Privacy," Plenary Speaker, Utah Valley State College, January 12, 1995.

§  “Ethics Across the Curriculum,@ Social Philosophy Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 1994.

§  "Creating Successful Projects and Grants with NEH and FIPSE," Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, National Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 1994.

§  "Lies, Deception and Public Relations," Association for Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kansas City, Mo., August, 1993.

§  "Successful Implementation of Ethics Across the Curriculum Project," FIPSE National Conference, Washington, D.C., October, 1993.

§  "Ethics and Education," Featured Speaker, North Idaho College, and March 4, 1992.

§  "Unorthodox and Uninhibited Approaches to Moral Education," American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, National Conference, Kansas City, Mo., 1991.

§  "Advancing the Humanities Through Interdisciplinary Ethics," American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, Regional Conference, San Francisco, CA, 1991.

§  "Combining the Sciences and the Humanities," National Endowment for the Humanities Project Director Conference, Washington, D.C., 1991.

§  "Strengthening Humanities Education," National Endowment for the Humanities Project Director Conference, Washington, D.C., 199l.  Plenary Speaker,

§  "Unorthodox and Uninhibited Teaching Styles," NISOD, University of Texas at Austin, 1991. Elaine E. Englehardt and J.D. Davidson,

§  "Ethics and Values: Advancing Interdisciplinary Humanities," Humanities Education Association, National Conference, Lafayette, La., 1991.

§  "Environmental Ethics: A Commentary,"  Social  Philosophy  Association, National Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1991

§  "Strengthening the Curriculum," Keynote Address, North Idaho College, 1990.

§  "Ethics and Values: An Ideal Core Curriculum," American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, National Conference, Arlie, Virginia, 1990.

§  "Sharing Curriculum between Colleges and Universities," Utah Humanities Conference, Orem, Utah, 1990.

§  "An Ethics Based on Care," Humanities Education Organization, National Conference, University of Missouri, 1989.

§  "Interdisciplinary and the Humanities," NISOD, University of Texas at Austin, 1989.

§  "Humanities Development at Community Colleges," American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, National Conference,  Washington, D.C., 1989.

§  "Core Curriculum and the Humanities," Plenary Speaker, Greenville Technical College, South Carolina, 1988.

§  "Ethics, Inter-disciplinarily and Core Curriculum," Association for Integrative Studies, National Conference, University of Texas at Arlington, 1988. 

§  "Relationship Ethics: Unorthodox Approach to Morality," Association for General and Liberal Education, National Conference, Miami University 1988.

§  "Interdisciplinary Ethics," Association for Integrative Studies, National Conference, Penn State University, 1987.

 

Invited Workshop Presentations

§  “Ethical Problems in Higher Education Administration,” Workshop, National Conference of Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 2010. 

§  “Building a Professional and Practical Ethics program,” two day faculty seminar, University of the Ozarks, Arkansas.  August 2005

§  “Ethics Across the Curriculum,” three day workshop at University of Dayton.  February 2004.

§  “Ethics and Life in the Curriculum,” three day workshop at Shenandoah University, Va.  June 2002.

§  “Ethics, Grants and Faculty Involvement,” two day faculty seminar, Bucknell University, Penn.  March 2001.

§  “Ethics Across the Curriculum,”  three day faculty seminar University of Nebraska.  September 2000.

§  “Liberalism and Communitarianism: Ethics and Justice,” five day faculty Seminar, Chaffee College, Ca.  June 1-5, 2000.

§  “Ethics in Police Agencies,” three day seminar, Saipan, Northern Marinas Commonwealth.  January 25, 26, 27, 2000.

§  Government Ethics, one day government seminar, Guam, January 28, 2000.

§  “Ethics and The Media,” one day community seminar, Guam, January 29, 2000.

§  “Ethics in the Community,” Six week lecture series sponsored by the Utah Arts Council, Panel Discussion, May-June 1999. (six presentations)

§  “Implementing an Ethics Across the Curriculum Program,” one day faculty development Workshop, Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.  Feb. 1999. 

§  "Ethics Across the Curriculum," paper and two day workshop, Clarion University, Clarion, Pennsylvania, October 15-16, 1995.

§  "Journalism Ethics--A Community Perspective," Keynote Speaker and one day workshop, Saipan, Society of Professional Journalists, Saipan Chapter, July 10,1995.  

§  “Ethics Across the Curriculum,” two day workshop, Saipan government employees, Saipan, July 11-12, 1995.

§  "Interdisciplinary and the Humanities," two day faculty development workshop presented at Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, California, December 1, 2, 1993.