The Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values
Engaging students and community members in lively discussion of ethical issues is the main purpose of Jackson Center events, such as Tea & Ethics and Java Jabber.
Please welcome the 2014 Class of Jackson Scholars
From left to right: Darcy Barr, Korina Koci, Suzanna Grindle, Meagan Sharp, Julietta Marks
A new class of Jackson Scholars has been inducted by the Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values. The Jackson Scholar program is a leadership program that helps talented students to develop into future leaders of high personal integrity. Jackson Scholars are selected based on academic merit and through an in-depth interview process. Jackson Scholars receive a scholarship and have the opportunity to take specially designed leadership courses.
The members of the 2014 Jackson Scholars class are: Darcy Barr, a Biology and Health Promotion major from Myrtle Beach, SC; Suzanna Grindle, a BFA Acting major from Oakwood, GA; Korina Koci, a Biology and Philosophy major from Myrtle Beach; Julietta Marks, a Political Science major from Summerville, SC; and Meagan Sharp, a musical theatre major from LaGrange, GA.
Alcohol & College Life: How Dry Should Our Campus Be?
January 22, 4:30 p.m.
Bryan Information Commons
Tea & Ethics
Edward Snowden and the Ethics of Whistleblowing
January 30, 4:30 p.m.