Teaching Ethics
Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum

This site provides access to a selection of back issues of Teaching Ethics (volumes 2-13).
Current issues of Teaching Ethics, including volume 1 to the present, are available at www.pdcnet.org/tej. Online access to all issues is a benefit of membership in the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum.

Ethics Journal 13.2 and Spring 2013

Learning to Look: Lessons from Iris Murdoch Nancy E. Snow, Marquette University
Teaching Virtue Ethics: The Implications of “Situationism”   Charles E. Harris, Jr., Texas A&M University
The Ethics of Academic Honesty   Melinda B. Rosenberg, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Accepting the Likelihood of Ambiguity and Disagreement on Moral Matters: Transitioning into the “Gray World”   Carlos Rios-Velazquez, William J. Frey, Erika Jaramillo-Giraldo & Morgan Echeverry-Solarte; University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
Service Learning: The Odd Case of Ethics   William L. Blizek
Cluster Courses as a Model for Teaching Bioethics in Science  Janine M. Idziak & Fred Schnee
On the Disconnect Between Business and Professional Ethics   Alan Tomhave & Mark Vopat
The Noble Profession of Business: Cultivating Responsible Practice Michele Simms, University of St. Thomas
Soldiers and Heroes   Gordon B. Mower, Brigham Young University
Responding to the Call: Changes in Graduate Management Curriculum’s Attention to Social and Environmental Issues   James Weber, Sharon Green & Jeffrey Gladstone; Duquense University
Vulnerability and Salvation: Levinas and Ethical Teaching   Kim Abunuwara, University of Utah

Book Review:
The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion Jonathan Haidt Reviewed by: Clifton F. Guthrie, Husson University

Ethics Journal 13.1 and Fall 2012

On the Potential Contributions of High School Philosophy to Ethical and Democratic Education  Tony DeCesar,Indiana University-Bloomington
Business Ethics: How to Develop Ethical Awareness and Introspection in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students  Kathleen M. Szezepanek,National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology
Conscientious Refusal in Schools of Social Work: Rights, Remedies, and ResponsibilitiesJay Sweifach, Yeshiva University
The Possibility of Character Development  Christopher Mayer, United States Military Academy
Bioethics:  A Vehicle for Interdisciplinary Learning Between Dental and Nursing Students Alexander J. Schloss, New York University College of Dentistry
Curricular Design and Assessment in Professional Ethics Education: Some Practical Advice Matthew W. Keefer & Michael Davis; University of Missouri—St. Louis, Illinois Institute of Technology
Instructor Disclosure and Theory Diversity in Teaching Professional Ethics  Cynthia Jones, University of Texas—Pan America
Classroom Cheating and Student perceptions of Ethical Climate  Charles B. Shrader, Susan P. Ravenscroft, Jeffrey B. Kaufmann & Timothy D. West; ; Iowa State University, Northern Illinois University
Who Teaches Ethics? An Inquiry Into the Nature of Ethics as an Academic Discipline  David K. McGraw, Daphyne Thomas-Saunders, Morgan Benton, Jeffrey Tang, & Amanda Biesecker; James Madison University

Book Review:
Doing Ethics in Media: Theories and Practical Applications Jay Black & Chris Roberts Reviewed by: Jack Breslin, Iona College
Journalism Ethics: A Philosophical Approach Christopher Meyers, Editor Reviewed by: Jan Leach, Kent State University

Ethics Journal 12.2 and Spring 2012

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Conference, March 2011
The Challenge of Research Ethics Education in the University Setting: A Response to NIH and NSF Regulations  Brian Schrag, Executive Director (retired) Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
New NSF and NIH Responsible Conduct of Research (PCR) Guidelines: A Three-Phase Plan  Jennifer McCafferty, Reid Cushman, Kenneth W. Goodman, Paul Braunschweiger, & Robin N. Fiore; University of Miami
Challenges of Research Ethics Education in the University: The View from Michigan State University (MSU)  Terry A. May; Michigan State University
Developing Diverse and Robust Research Ethics Education: One Office's Approach Allison Griffin Ratterman, University of Louisville
Challenges of Research Ethics Education in the University: The View from University Offices of Research: The Boston College Experience  Stephen Erickson,Boston College
One Size Doesn't Fit All: Creating Relevant Research Ethics Training Opportunities  Camille Nebeker, Sandiego State University Research Foundation
RCR: Some Splendid Opportunities  Daniel E. Wueste;, Clemson University
Involving Faculty in Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research  Stephanie J. Bird, Independent Consultant
First Steps: Minding and Mending the Gaps  Joe Giffels, University of Maryland Baltimore
Teaching Research Ethics Across the Curriculum: An Institutional Change Model  Michael S. Pritchard, Western Michigan University
Addressing the Need for Templates for Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research at a Research University  John M. Essignmann, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Ethics: Educaton from the View of a Junior Faculty Member  Jeffry L. Dudycha,  University of South Carolina
Research Ethics Education in the University: The Pickle of Credit  Jeffrey C. Petruska, University of Louisville School of Medicine
Be Careful What You Wish For  Julia Frugoli, Clemson University
Research Ethics Education Challenges in a Psychology Department  Todd M. Freeberg & Todd M. Moore, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Archaelogical Ethics Education in the University: A View from an Early Career Instructor  Dru McGill, Indiana Univeristy
Research Ethics Education in Engineering: The View from Early Career Faculty  Sara E. Wilson, University of Kansas
Federal Ethics Regulations Governing Internet Research: New Educational Challenges for Universities  Marianne Ryan, University of Michigan
Research Ethics Education in the Behavioral & Psychological Sciences: A Mistaken Case of One-Size-Fit-All  Sangeeta Panicker, American Psychological Association 
The Issues and Challenges of Research Ethics Education in the University, Particularly in the Area of the Social Sciences  Douglas Adams, University of Arkansas
Challenges for Research Ethics Education in the Social Sciences  Dena Plemmons, University of California, San Diego
Integral, Ancillary, or Incidental: Teaching Ideal or Real in Social Science Research Ethics?  Larry J. Zimmerman, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Addressing the Ethical Challenges of Community-Based Research  Mary Brydon-Miller, Educational Studies and Urban Educational Leadership, University of Cincinnanti

Chronicles of a Financial Crisis:  Causes and Ethical Dimensions  Regina Wentzel Wolfe & Stephen M. Wolfe, DePaul University, Georgetown University
Getting to Know Me:  he Potential of Action Research to Promote Ethical Reflection  Kate York, Aaron, D. Profitt, Fawzeyah Al-Awadhi, Maureen Andreadis, Mary Brydon-Miller, Courtney Hamilton, Quinghua Huang, Kareem Moncree-Mofitt; Univeristy of Cincinnati

Book Review:
Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know  Paul Waldau  Reviewed by: Lisa Kemmerer, Montana State University - Billings

Ethics Journal 12.1, Fall 2011

The Usefulness of Comprehensive Systematic Moral TheoryBernard Gert, Dartmouth College
A Reply to Bernard GertC. E. Harris, Texas A & M
The Usefulness of Moral Theory in Teaching Practical Ethics: A Reply to Gert and HarrisMichael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
Using Fictive Narrative to Teach Ethics/PhilosophyMichael Boylan, Felicia Nimme Acerman, Gabriel Plamer-Fernandez, Sybol Cook Anderson & Edward Spence; Marymount University, Brown University, Youngstown State University, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Charles Sturt University
Teaching Wildlife Research Ethics: A Progress ReportHoward J. Curzer, Mark Wallace, Gad Perry, Peter Muhlberg & Dan Perry; Texas Tech University
Federal Accountability and Compliance: The Need to Build Ethical Resiliency Within Current and Future Education LeadersMara Susman Israel & Whitney M. Marks; Loyola University Chicago

Case Study:
A Sign of Our Times? A Case Study on Moral ReasoningRichard Gilmore & James Legler; Concordia College
Response to "A Sign of Our Times?"Aine Donovan, Dartmouth College
Response to "A Sign of Our Times?"Shannon M. Mussett, Utah Valley University
Response to "A Sign of Our Times?"Mara O'Neill, Chaffey College Emeritus

Ethics Journal 11.2, Spring 2011

Teaching Ethics at Arizona State University:
The Lincoln Teaching Fellows Program at the ASU Polytechnic CampusJoseph R. Herkert, Arizona State University
Teaching Applied Ethics in Fire & Emergency Medical ServicesJeffrey A. Thomas, Arizona State University
Food Beyond Nutrition:  Bringing Politics and Ethics into Nutrition CurriculumChristopher Wharton, Arizona State University
Using an Ethics Lens for Teaching Communication: Focus on Small Group and Leadership CommunicationHeather E. Canary, University of Utah
Beyond Machiavelli: Integrating Applied Ethics into a Course on Technology and International PoliticsMary Jane C. Parmetier, Arizona State University
Integrating Applied Ethics into a College-Level Non-Majors Biology CourseJean Stutz, Arizona State University
Integrating Ethical Learning into Intercultural Communication ClassesCarol-Lynn Bower, Arizona State University
The Role of Ethics within the Contemporary Immigration DebateJamie R. Aguila, Arizona State University
Making a Monkey Look Good: The Case for Consumer Ethics of Entertainment MediaAlden L. Weight, Arizona State University

Using the Concept of "Traditional Ethics" to Teach Introductory EthicsTimothy C. Shiell, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Moral LiteracyMichael Clifford, Mississippi State University

Ethics Journal 11.1, Fall 2010

Introduction to Ethics for Teaching David R. Keller, Utah Valley University
Uncovering the Moral Compass:  An Integrated Ethics Education Approach Transcending the Curriculum Kimberly S. Peer, Kent State University; Gretchen A. Schlabach. Northern Illinois University
Ethics and Pervasive Technologies: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Kalpana Shankar, Kay H. Connelly; School of Informatics and Computing
Robot Morals and Human Ethics: The Seminar Wendell Wallach, Yale University
Scripting Situations in Moral Education Deborah W. Mower, Youngstown State University
Creative Case Studies in Ethics Michael Strawser, University of Central Florida

Ethics Journal 10.2, Spring 2010

Teaching Civility in the Age of Jerry Springer Stephen Scales, Towson University
Pagans, Evangelicals, and Civil Discourse: Teaching Philosophy of Religion in the South Heather Hahn Matthusen, Columbia College
Vocation and Service learning: Fostering Reflection and Citizenship in an Informatics Curriculum Nathaniel J. Borwin, Anji E. Wall, John P. Buerck; Saint Louis University
Doing Ethics Across the Curriculum : The EAC Toolkit Jose A. Cruz-Cruz, Aury M Curbelo, William J. Frey, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez

Special Feature:
A Benign Invasion - Part IRichard Momeyer, Miami University of Ohio
A Benign Invasion Response Deni Elliott, University of South Florida
A Benign Invasion Response: A Reply to a Modest Proposal Robert P. Lawry, CWRU School of Law
A Benign Invasion Response Claudia Mills, University of Colorado
A Benign Invasion Response P. Aarne Vesilind, Bucknell University
A Benign Invasions - Part II Richard Momeyer, Miami University of Ohio

Book Reviews:
Digital Media Ethics Author: Charles Ess/Reviewed by: Clifton F. Guthrie, Husson University
The Human Genome Project in College Curriculum: Ethical Issues and Practical Strategies Authors: Aine Donovan, Ronald M. Green/Reviewed by: Lisa Newton, Fairfield University

Ethics Journal 10.1, Fall 2009

Ethics and Leadership: How Long Have They Been Together?...They're Such A Lovely Couple, But Can It Last?Daniel E. Wueste, Clemson University
Learning From Ethicists: How Moral Philosophy is Taught at Leading English-Speaking Institutions Tom Cooper, Emerson College
Moral Relativism, Cultural Awareness and Cooperative Learning in Teaching Professional Ethics Cynthia Jones, University of Texas Pan America
Is Moral Theory Useful in Practical Ethics?C.E. Harris, Texas A & M
The Usefulness of Moral Theory in Practical Ethics: A Question of Comparative Cost (A Response to Harris)Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
Response to Michael Davis: The Cost is Minimal and Worth It C.E. Harris, Texas A & M
Rethinking Utilitarianism Bahaa Darwish, Qatar University

Book Review
Institution by:Allegra Goodman
Review by: Lyudmyla Pustelnyk,Western Michigan University
Review by: David Charlton, Western Michigan University
Review by: Felix Irmer, Western Michigan University

Ethics Journal 9.2, Spring 2009

A Donor's Perspective Michael S. Rapaport, Union Alumnus
Union College's Rapaport Everyday Ethics Across the Curriculum InitiativeAnastasia Pease and Robert Baker, Union College
The Michael S. Rapaport Initiative to Introduce Ethics Into the Economics Curriculum at Union College Harold O. Fried, Union College
Teaching the Economics of Sin Lewis Davis, Union College
Ethics Across the Curriculum and Geographic Information SystemsAshraf Ghaly, Union College
Uncertain Decisions Kelly Black, Clarkson College

Case Study:
Teaching Ethics with Science Fiction: A Case Study Anastasia Pease, Union College
Our Brave New Pharmacological World: A Virtue Ethics Critique Steven D. Weiss, Augusta State University
Ethics Education and the Practice of Wisdom Maughn Gregory, Montclair State University
Commentary on "Ethics Education and the Practice of Wisdom"Karen Mizell, Utah Valley University

Book Review
Ethics in Action: A Case-Based Approach Peggy Connolly, Becky Cax-White, David R. Keller, and Martin G. Leever  Reviewed by Deborah Mower, Youngstown State University

Ethics Journal 9.1, Fall  2008

A Note from the Editors Elaine Englehardt and Michael Pritchard
A Letter from the President of Ireland Mary McAleese, President of Ireland-February 2009
Ethics Across the Curriculum: Some Observations Santiago Sia, Milltown Institute
Unintended Consequences and Responsibility Dan Wueste, President, SEAC; Clemson University
Ethics Across the Graduate Engineering Curriculum: An Experiment in Teaching and Assessment Michael Davis and Kathryn Riley, Illinois Institute of Technology
Ethics in a Man for All Seasons Joe Casey, Milltown Institute
Bioethics and Non-Psychological Views of Personhood James G. Murphy, Loyola University Chicago

Teaching Ethics in the High Schools: A Deweyan Challenge Shane Ralston, Pennsylvania State University-Hazleton
Katharine Conley, Dartmouth College

Case Study:
Teaching Ethics Through a Pedagogical Case Discussion: The McDonald's Case and Poverty Alleviation Laura P. Hartman, Regina Wolfe, and Patricia H. Werhane, DePaul University and The University of Virginia
Started as Customer: Confessions of a Business Ethics Teacher (A Response to Hartman, Wolfe, and Werhane) Scott Kelley, DePaul University

Ethics Journal 8.2, Spring 2008

Teaching Sympathetic Moral Reasoning Deborah Mower, Youngstown State University
Household Technology Ethics Douglas Chismar, Ringling College of Art and Design
Care Ethics and the Nurturing of Public Discourse: Language, Values, and the Voice of Ellen Goodman Kathleen Watters and Patricia Johnson, University of Dayton
Professional Ethics and the Verdict Dennis Plaisted, University of Tennessee at Chattanoaga
In the Moral Zone Wade L. Robinson, Rochester Institute of Technology
Teaching Research Ethics: Changing the Culture of Science Brian Schrag, Indiana University
Case Study:
Conducting Research in Online Communities Marianne Ryan, University of Michigan
Case Study Responses:
Author's Commentary on Conducting Research in Online Communities Marianne Ryan, University of Michigan
Commentary on Conducting Research in Online Communities Brian Scragg, Indiana University

Ethics Journal 8.1, Fall 2007

The Future of Environmental Ethics  Holmes Rolston, III, Colorado State University
Undergraduate Relativism and Cicero's DeAmicitia  Mark Silcox, University of Central Oklahoma
Reporting Home from Three Ethics Across the Curriculum Conferences  Dominic Braune, South Texas College
Kant on Untruths and Lying: The Falsiliquium and the Medacium  Randolph Wheeler, Towson University
Ethics, Management, and Research in Glacier Bay, Alaska  Daniel Monteith, University of Alaska Southeast
Principlism Jeffrey W. Bulger, Utah Valley State College
Case Study:
Medical Marijuana The Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Case Study Writing Committee, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (reprinted by permission)
Case Study Responses:
Gonzales v. Raich - "The Quality of Mercy Shall Not Be Strained..." Annabel Beerel, Southern New Hampshire University
"Medical Marijuana" Analyzed Using Principlism Jeffrey W. Bulger, Utah Valley State College
Higher Courts: Law, Ethics and Medicinal Marijuana Adam Potthast, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Book Review:
Ethics in the First Person Deni Elliott Review by: Christian M. Bellon, California State University, Sacramento

Ethics Journal 7.2,Spring 2007

The Ethics of Appropriating Evil Dennis Plaisted, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Lying Through Their Teeth: The Fierce Aesthetic of Garrison Keillor and Oscar Wilde Danny C. Campbell, Columbia College
Ethics and Culture of an Organization James A. Anderson, University of Utah & Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley State College
Teaching Toward an Ethical Legacy in Graphic Design Scott Boylston, Savannah College of Art and Design
Leopold, Pinchot, Marx, and the Ethics of Buffalo Hunting in the 21st Century Alexander Simon, University of Alaska Southeast
Case Study:
Kelly's Cosmetic Surgery Martin G. Leever, University of Detroit Mercy
Case Study Responses
Protecting People from Themselves Aine Donovan, Dartmouth College
Kelly's Request for Breast Augmentation Diana Buccafurni, University of Utah
Kelly's Plastic Surgery Jeanne Sokolec, Loyola University Chicago
Cultural Cuts Jean Cheney
Commentary on "Kelly's Cosmetic Surgery": Integrating Values Through Three Ethics Test William J. Frey, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
Is Cosmetic Surgery Consistent with Confucian Harmony? Christopher Panza, Drury Univeristy
Book Review:
Ethics and the Visual Arts Elaine A. King and Gail Levin, editor; Reviewed by: Rudolph H. Weingartner 

Ethics Journal 7.1,Fall 2006

On the Need for Improving Ethics Education for a Frequently Overlooked Public Employee: The Street-Level Bureaucrat Manfred F. Meine & Thomas P. Dunn, Troy University
Ethics and Service-Learning: Toward the Development of Compassionate Servant-Leadership Martin G. Leever, John Daniels, and Kathleen A Zimmerman-Oster, University of Detroit Mercy
Ethical Issues in Faculty Conflict Nancy M. McElvenn, Paul Leslie, & Daniel Malotky, Greensboro College
Discussion of Gert's Common Morality
A Review of Bernard Gert's Common Morality: Deciding What To Do Philip Stratton-Lake, University of Reading
Teaching Ethics within the Professions Wade L. Robison, Rochester Institute of Technology
Comments on Common Morality Michael S. Pritchard, Western Michigan University
Common Morality in the Classroom? It's a Question about the Book, Not What the Students are Doing Daniel E. Wueste, Clemson University
Common Morality: As A Supplemental Text Kerry D. Romesburg, Jacksonville University
Response to Wade Robison Bernard Gert, Dartmouth College
Response to Michael Pritchard Bernard Gert, Dartmouth College
Response to Dan Wueste Bernard Gert, Cartmouth College
Response to Kerry Romesburg Bernard Gert, Dartmouth College
Case Study:
Whose Life is it Anyway? Becky Cox White, California State University, Chico
Case Study Responses
The Proper Scope of Analysis of Conscientious Objection in Healthcare: Individual Rights or Profesional Obligations Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, University of Utah
The Pharmacist Versus the Customer: Pedagogical Directions Elizabethe Segars McRae, John Carroll University
Societal Obligations and Pharmacist's Right Troy Jollimore, California State University, Chico
Book Review:
Primates and Philosophers Frans de Waal; Published by Princeton University Press, 2005 Reviewed by: Wade L. Robison, Rochester Institute of Technology 

Ethics Journal 6.2, Spring 2006

Creating Culture: The Challenge of Teaching Corporate Ethics  Deni Elliott, University of South Florida
Teaching Moral Philosophy with Popular Music  John Mizzoni,Neumann College
IIT's Workshops for Integrating Ethics into Technical Courses: Some Lessons Learned  Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
The Artist, The Work of Art, and the Role of Education Aphrodite Alexandrakis, Barry University
The Universal Language of Maps: Ethical Concerns of Computer Cartography as Art and Science  Richard Snow and Mary Snow, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Case Study:
Service is Its Own Reward? The Revolving Door from Lawmaker to Lobbyist  Kirk L. Jowers, University of Utah and Luke E. Peterson, Harvard University
Case Study Responses:
Legislators Turned Lobbyists  Peter Corroon, Salt Lake County Mayor
The Revolving Cap  Andrew Sabl, Harvard University
A Dangerous Passage Meredith McGehee, Campaign Legal Center
In Defense of the Lobbyist  William H. Nixon, Policy Impact Strategic Communications
Relationships Between Current and Former Lawmakers  Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University
Observations on "Service is ITs Own Reward?" William Sederburg, Utah Valley State College
If Men Were Angels. . ." Eric Jergensen, Salt Lake City Council
Book Review:
Educating Citizens: Preparing America's Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility Anne Colby, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumount, Jason Stephens Reviewed by: Martin G. Leever, University of Detroit Mercy 

Ethics Journal 6.1,Fall 2005

Art and Poetry as the Basis of Moral Education: Reflections on John Stuart Mill's View, with Application to Advertising and Media Arts Today Andrew Gustafson, Creighton University
Cheating Bernard Gert,Dartmouth College
On What's Fishy About Civic Engagement A. David Kline, University of North Florida
Abortion, Polyphonic Narratives and Kantianism: Quality of Life Matters Susan martinelli-Fernandez
Ethics, Consciousness Raising, and the Foreign Language Class John J. Ivers, Brigham Young University-Idaho
Case Study:
The CIA Leak Investigation Brian D. Brich, Utah Valley State College
Case Study Responses:
The Tangled Web of Lies Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley State College
Reasons, Reasoning, and the Press John W. Woell, Greensboro College
We, The Government Sheela Pawar,California State University, Dominguez Hills

Ethics Journal 5.2,Spring 2005

Metaethics Across the Curriculum Stephen Scales, Towson University
Teaching Ethics in a Multicultural Classroom Judith a. Kolb, The Pennsylvania State University; Hong Lin, Oklahoma State University;and Deloise A. Frisque, The Pennsylvania State University
The Impact of an "Ethics Across the Curriculum" Initiative on the Cognitive Moral Development of Business School Undergraduates Kristie J. Loescher, University of Texas at Austin; Regina W. Hughes, University of Texas at Austin; Frank Cavico, Nova Southeastern University; Jim Mirabella, Capella University;and Pedro F. Pellet, Nova Southeastern University
Viktor E. Frankl, Logotherapy, and Moral Imagination: "Will to Meaning" in the Classroom Ingrid H. Soudek Townsend, University of Virginia
Case Study:
Media Ownership: Past, Present and Future Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley State College
Case Study Responses:
Ethics: The Reason for the Law Lee Wilkins, University of Missouri
Let the Old Boys Club Play? Ralph D. Barney, Editor Emeritus, Journal of Mass Media Ethics
Resistance is Futile: You May be Mad as Hell, but You're Still Gonna Take It!Philip Gordon, Utah Valley State College

Ethics Journal 5.1, Fall 2004

Narrative Engagement: An Alternative Approach to Moral Development and Transformation Mollie Painter-Morland, De Paul University
Ethical Pluralism: An Alternative to Objectivism and Relativism Lawrence Adam Lengbeyer, United State Naval Academy
When Soldiers Aren't Heroes: An Essay Michael Minch, Utah Valley State College
Philosophy Plays: A Neo-Socratic Model for Teaching Ethics Edward Spence, Charles Sturt University
Case Study:
The Iraq War of 2003
Gabriel Plamer-Fernandez, Youngstown State University
Case Study Responses:
The Iraq War of 2003: A Response to Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez Judith Lichtenberg, University of Maryland
Evaluating the Iraq War by Just War Principles John W. Lango, Hunter College
The Iraq War of 2003: A ResponseLouis  P. Pojam, University Military Academy

Ethics Journal 4.2, Spring 2004

Five Kinds of Ethics Across the Curriculum: An Introduction to Four Experiments with One Kind Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
The Ethics Bowl in Engineering Ethics at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Jose A. Cruz, William J. Frey, and Halley D. Sanchez, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
Using Case Studies to Teach Engineering Ethics and Professionalism Gayle E. Ermer, Calvin College
Ethics and the Professor Chemical Company Michael D. Mosher, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Teaching Ethics to Educators: Some Models and Methods of Analysis Randall Curren, University of Rochester
Responsibility for Belief - Three Cases Beth A. Dixon, State University of New York, Plattsburgh
"There's No Room in the Worksheet" and Other Fallacies About Professional Ethics in the Curriculum Joel Marks, University of New Haven
Case Study:
James Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College Patrick Horn, Claremont Graduate University and Ryan Robinson, Utah Valley State College
Case Study Responses:
Escaping the Dilemma in Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College Daniel E. Wueste, Clemson University
What's a Religion and Who's a Sect? A Re-Description of Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College Aaron James, University of Dayton
Reflections on the Case Study: James Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College Harlan Stelmach, Dominican University of California
Teaching Philosophy 101: Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College Randy Ramal, Victor Valley Collete

Ethics Journal 4.1, Fall 2003

Educating the Whistle-Blower Barry L. Padgett, Bellarmine University
Faculty Development for Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum: The Case of an Economic Justice Course Mark Pernecky, St. Olaf College
About the Work of Ethics: Joining Business and Liberal Education Michele Simms, University of St. Thomas
Living Large: Kant and the Sublimity of Technology Scott R. Stroud, Temple University
Case Study:
Setup for Failure: The Columbia Disaster Aine Donovan and Ronald M. Green, Dartmouth College
Case Study Responses:
Columbia,Hamlet,and Apollo 13 Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
Looking Back: An Engineering Analysis of the Columbia Tragedy Elsa Garmire and Robert Russell, Dartmouth College
On Locating Disaster Brad J. Kallenberg, University of Dayton
The Columbia Shuttle Disaster: Should We Have Told the Astronauts the Truth Margaret P. Battin and Gordon B. Mower, University of Utah

Ethics Journal 3.2, Spring 2003

Academic Advocacy: Appeals and Abuses Robert D. Newton, Jr., De Paun University
Civic Responsibility and Teaching Macroethics E. Thomas Moran, State University of new York at Plattsburg
A Case for Incorporating Moral Philosophy in an Economics Curriculum Albino F. Barrera, Providence College
Ethics Across the Curriculum and the Nature of Morality: Some Fundamental Propositions Bill Rhodes, United States Air Force Academy
Case Study:
U. S. Nuclear Testing on the Marshal Islands: 1946-1958 Kim Skoog, University of Guam
Case Study Responses:
Nuclear Fallout/Nuclear Decontamination of Naval Vessels on Guam Robert N. Clestial, Sgt. U.S. Army Retired
"For the Good of Mankind" Stephen Satris, Clemson University
The Silver Lining of Horror: A Devil's Advocate's Point of View Dirk H. R. Spennemann, Charles Sturt University
Were We Right to Conduct the Tests: How Do We Right the Wrongs? Robert A. Underwood, University of Guam
Nuclear Testing on the Marshal Islands: A Necessity for the U.S. National Security Richard H. J. Wyttenbach-Santo, University of Guam

Ethics Journal 3.1, Fall 2002

Articles:The Value of Case Law in Teaching Philosophical Elizabeth A. Oljar, University of Detroit Mercy
Using Case Studies To Develop Critical Thinking Skills in Ethics Courses Robert F. Card, State University of New York, Oswego
Narrative Cases Beth A. Dixon, State University of New York, Plattsburg
Professional or Practitioner? What's Missing From the Codes Brad Kallenberg, University of Dayton
The Perils of Communitarianism for Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum David R. Keller, Utah Valley State College
Case Study:
Showdown on Main Street: Salt Lake City, The Mormon Church, and Freedom of Expression Frank Guliuzza III
Case Study Responses:
Meeting the Challenges of the main Street Plaza Controversy Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson, Salt Lake City Mayor
The Main Street Plaza: An LDS Response Dale K. Bills, Spokesman, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Main Street Plaza: An Ethical Perspective Reverend Tim Goldsmith, First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City
Main Street Plaza: An Opportunity to Rebuild John E. Fee, Brigham Young University

Ethics Journal 2.2, Spring 2002

A Reminder on Recognizing Ethical Problems are Practical: Distinctions in Teaching Theory and Practice Bernard Henderson, Charles Sturt University
Values-Ladenness, Theoretical Virtues, and Moral Wisdom Stephen Scales, Towson University
Defending Kant's Ethics in Light of the Modern Business Organization Scott R. Stroud, Temple University
Kant, Lies, and Business Ethics Sue Martinelli-Fernandez, Western Illinois University
Teaching Ethics (an Metaphysics) in an Age of Rapid Technological Convergence Stephan Millett, Wesley College
Case Study:
The South Carolina State House and the Confederate Flag Stephen Satris, Clemson University
Heritage and Hate Todd May, Clemson University
Case Study Responses:
Compromise and Symbols of Racism Richard Momeyer, Miami University of Ohio
Our Flag is Still There Commentary on the Case Study: The South Carolina State House Lisa Newton, Fairfield University
Confederate Battle Flag and the Orange Order Richard Nunan, College of Charleston

Ethics Journal 2.1, Fall 2001

Learning Outcomes for Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs David T. Ozar, Loyola University of Chicago
Outcomes Assessment of an Ethics Program-Purposes and Challenges Lisa H. Newton, Fairfield University
Teaching Ethics in a Core Curriculum-Some Observations Santiago Sia, Loyola Marymount University
Teaching Professional Ethics-Fostering Some Overlooked Skills Martin G. Leever, University of Detroit Mercy
Case Study:
Monsanto and Intellectual Property Michael E. Gorman, Jeanette Simmonds, Caetie Ofiesh, Rob Smith, and Patricia H.Werhane; University of Virginia
Case Study Responses:
Monsanto and Intellectual Property Rights Ed Soule, Georgetown Unviersity
The Monsanto Decision Diane Jeske and Richard Fumerton; University of Iowa
Monsanto and Intellectual Property-A Case Commentary Mark J. Hanson, University of Montana
Response to Monsanto and Intellectual Property E. Charles Brummer, Iowa State University