The Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life, which was formally established in November, 2000, seeks to facilitate interdisciplinary exploration -- in education, scholarship, and service -- of ethical dimensions of individual and social choices in professional roles and activities and public policy.
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James F. Childress, Director or Ruth Gaare Bernheim, Executive Director
HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE
MISSION AND GOALS
DESCRIPTIONS AND DISCUSSION OF THE INSTITUTE
Charlotte Crystal, "On Ethical Grounds: Study of ethics thrives at U.Va."
Inside UVA, 32, Issue 26, Sept. 13, 2002 (Reprinted from the fall 2002 issue of U.Va. Alumni News)
Charlotte Crystal, "Ethics Faculty Lead New Interdisciplinary Center"
Inside UVA, 30, Issue 38, November 17-30, 2000
Carol Wood, "Envisioning Integrity: Integrating ethics into U.Va. Life,"
Inside UVA, 32, Issue 26, Sept. 13, 2002 (reprinted from fall 2002 issue of U.Va. Alumni News)