About the Institute

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.

History of the Institute

Descriptions and Discussions 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)
www.virginia.edu/insideuva/2002/26/ethics_study.html
www.alumni.virginia.edu/alumninews/ethics.asp

Charlotte Crystal, "Ethics Faculty Lead New Interdisciplinary Center"
Inside UVA, 30, Issue 38, November 17-30, 2000
www.virginia.edu/insideuva/2000/38/ethics.html

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)
www.virginia.edu/insideuva/2002/26/integrity.html

For more information, please contact:

James F. Childress, Director or Ruth Gaare Bernheim, Co-Director