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Everyday Ethics

Learn how ethics is part of our everyday lives by reading articles and stories that show ethical dilemmas are everywhere.

Series of public lectures, community discussions to examine ethics of policing

by Rebecca Bennitt Sep 12, 2018
Policing Conference will take place Sept. 20-22

Rock Ethics Institute Accepting Applications for 2019–2020 Faculty Fellowships

by Rebecca Bennitt Sep 12, 2018
Deadline: November 1, 2018. If you have questions about the Fellowship or application process, please contact Ben Jones.

Engineering, Technology & Ethics Undergraduate Fellowship accepting applications

by Rebecca Bennitt Sep 12, 2018
Engineering, Technology & Ethics Undergraduate Fellowship accepting applications The Fellowship is available to all Penn State undergraduates. The deadline for applications is Aug. 26th.

Engels publishes on International Yoga Day – June, 21, 2018

by Web Manager Jul 06, 2018
Jeremy Engels, associate professor of communications arts and sciences and Sherwin Early Career Professor of the Rock Ethics Institute, reflects on International Yoga Day 2018.

Staub talks housing ideals on Wisconsin Public Radio

by Web Manager Jul 06, 2018
Is bigger really better? How has the housing market influenced our buying behavior? Alexandra Staub, associate professor of architecture and affiliate faculty member of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State, takes listener calls and talks about the American housing ideals.

López Frías examines fandom as we watch the 2018 World Cup

by Web Manager Jul 06, 2018
How do you choose what World Cup team to support when the US isn't contending? Francisco Javier López Frías, Rock Ethics Institute research associate and associate professor of kinesiology at Penn State, examines our love of sports and allegiances to our favorite teams.

Staub publishes article on ethical consequences of "bigger & better" housing ideals

by Whitney Chirdon May 15, 2018
Alexandra Staub, associate professor of architecture and affiliate faculty of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State, discusses our focus on the association of housing as an indication of upward mobility and success. How does the housing market contribute to the promotion of these aspirations? What are the ethical consequences?

Rock Ethics Institute to present annual Stand Up Awards

STAND UP 2018 Highlights

by Whitney Chirdon Apr 26, 2018
Rock Ethics Institute to present annual Stand Up AwardsBrendan Bernicker Posterfanta poster Undergraduate students Brendan Bernicker, Fanta Condé, and Alice Greider honored for their leadership and advocacy with the 2018 Stand Up Award.

2018 Paterno Fellows Forum Highlights

by Rebecca Bennitt Apr 24, 2018
A recap of the Paterno Fellows Forum on March 27, 2018