Meet Our New Ethics Fellow
The Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values is proud to introduce David Holiday as
the Ethics Fellow for the 2015-16 school year. David's work in Philosophy is primarily
focused on moral theory, moral psychology and the history of ethics (esp 20th Century).
For more information about David, or to contact him please visit his biography page
Jackson Scholars Travel to D.C. with the Edgar Dyer Institute for Leadership and Public Policy
During March 2015, 7 Jackson Scholars participated in the Washington D.C. Leadership
Delegation with the Edgar Dyer Institute for Leadership and Public Policy.
Ethics of Freshman Year
Java Jabber Panel Discussion featuring experienced
students, advisors, and faculty members, about various
issues that may arise during freshman year.
Bryan Information Commons at 5:00 p.m.
Test of Character:
How Good (Or Bad) Are We?
Christian Miller, Ph.D associate professor of philosophy at
Wake Forest University and author of Character and Moral
Psychology as well as Moral Character: An Empirical Theory,
will reflect on empirical methods that allow us to assess
When Race Isn't Racism -
But Still Dangerous
Issac Bailey, columnist for The Sun News, discusses a
growing body of neurological research that explains how our
brains are shaped by our environment.
You Don't Get Your
Degree From Google:
Academic Integrity and the Internet
In this discussion, Frederick Wood, academic integrity
officer of CCU will reflect on the challenges the faces in
promoting academic integrity across campus.
About the Center
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 sponsorsfour cornerstones: the
Jackson Scholars, the Ethics & 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.