About the Jackson Family Center
The Jackson Center aims to cultivate ethical awareness within the academy and surrounding community, through programs and events fostering inclusive conversations on important contemporary ethical issues.
The primary focus of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values is to cultivate awareness throughout the academic and surrounding communities of the importance and lifelong rewards of personal and professional integrity. In order to achieve its goals, the Jackson Center sponsors four cornerstones: the Jackson Scholars, the Ethics and Leadership Academy, the Jackson Center Events Program, and the Visiting Ethicist series. The Center is guided by a director, an assistant director, an ethics fellow, and a board of directors in order to recognize and celebrate the rich history and example of Mary Emily and Nelson Jackson and their family.
The mission of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values is to create opportunities for open conversations about how ethics and values affect the individual, the university, the region and the world.
The vision of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values is to inspire individuals to make ethical and value based decisions, and thus live lives of courage, compassion and integrity.
Jackson Center Directory
Board of Directors
Laura Hoy, Chair, Jackson Family Member
Emily Vallarino, Jackson Family Member
Rachel Gandy, Jackson Family Member
Kaki Williamson, Jackson Family Member
Jeanne Mize, Jackson Family Member
Claudia McCollough, Founder, Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values
Dan Ennis, Provost
Claudia Bornholt, Dean, Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Amanda Brian, Professor, Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Easton Selby, Associate Dean, Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Scott Gallimore, former Assistant Director, CINO Card Operations Manager
Michael Roberts, Dean, College of Science and VP for Research and Emerging Initiatives
Caroline P. Rohr, Jackson Scholar Alumni (2004-2006), University Communication
Deborah Vrooman, Coastal Carolina University Professor