The Center for the Study of Ethics (CSE) was founded in 1992 to advance Ethics Across the Curriculum (EAC) programming at Utah Valley University (UVU). Since this time, the CSE has developed as a national leader and continues to model best practices in ethics education. Below are the programs currently supported by the center and its partners:

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Ethics Awareness Week

Ethics Awareness Week explores the moral dimensions of numerous disciplines and topics through a series of panel discussions and other events.
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Student Ethics Symposium

Held annually, the Student Ethics Symposium promotes critical and academic inquiry related to ethical issues of all disciplines.
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Faculty Summer Seminar

Every May, UVU faculty participate in a five-day EAC Faculty Summer Seminar designed to explore a single interdisciplinary ethics topic.
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Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

UVU provides regional leadership in supporting high school and intercollegiate ethics bowls for our students.
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Ethics Faculty Fellowship

The CSE Ethics Faculty Fellowship Programs are designed to facilitate faculty inquiry and scholarship in interdisciplinary ethics.