Ethics Circle Application: Spring Semester 2021
The Ethics Circle program of the Center for Ethics and Human Values (CEHV) invites applications from Ohio State faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and staff who seek to develop their understanding of the ethical issues underlying their work. Through individual mentorship from CEHV faculty and gatherings with other fellows, participants will be given the tools to sensitively and more systematically address ethical challenges in their area of interest. Successful completion of their project and participation in the elements of the program will result in a $500 fellowship award.
Ethics Circle fellows who participate to enhance their teaching will be eligible for a Teaching Ethics and Human Values endorsement from the Ohio State Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning. Those applying to Ethics Circle as part of the Drake Institute endorsement program must propose the development of instructional materials (such as lesson plans or a new syllabus) as their project.
Please fill out each of the fields below for consideration.
The deadline for applications is December 15, 2020.
Learn more about the Ethics Circle program here:
Arts and Sciences
Education and Human Ecology
Environmental and Natural Resources
Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Title of project (examples: “Understanding Data Ethics,” “Developing Instructional Materials on the Ethics of Climate Change,” “What Equity Requires in Public Health,” or “Developing Conflict of Interest Guidelines”)
Are you applying to Ethics Circle for the "Teaching Ethics and Human Values" teaching endorsement?
Description of proposed project (up to 500 words). Projects may include: drafting an academic article, writing for public (e.g. online) consumption, development of instructional materials or a website, development of standards or best practices for an office or program, a piece of artwork, or many other possibilities.
“I understand that the Ethics Circle involves joining a semester-long fellowship community with a half-day introductory workshop, monthly gatherings, and at least 3 meetings with a CEHV mentor to discuss the project. Successful completion of the program requires my regular attendance at these events (which will be virtual during the COVID pandemic).” (For more information, please visit:
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