New Blog: Exploring Ethics
The six undergraduates who make up the Ethics Center Leadership Council (ECLC) share their thoughts and views on topics and events related to the Center's work in the new blog "Exploring Ethics."
- "Tunisia and Egypt: The Parallels of Human Rights and Democracy"
"The Battle After War"
- "The Moral Imagination"
- "Female judges, lawyers and rights – oh my! Chipping away at the glass ceiling in international politics"
Read and comment here: http://blogs.brandeis.edu/eclc/
Ethics Center Leadership Council
Building Community at Brandeis
The Ethics Center Leadership Council (ECLC) is a spring semester 2011 pilot program in which six undergraduates work together to build engaged communities on the Brandeis campus made up of Brandeisians interested in one of the three focus areas of the Ethics Center: peacebuilding and the arts, international justice and human rights, and issues of ethics and public life generally.
The ECLC members are striving to encourage respectful, informed, and passionate engagement with important issues within the Brandeis community.
Six undergraduates form the Ethics Center Leadership Council (ECLC):
- Two members with a special focus on Peacebuilding and the Arts
- Two members with a special focus on International Justice and Human Rights
- Two members with a special focus on Ethics and Public Life
How to Apply
Note: The application deadline was Monday November 15 at 5 p.m. Applications are no longer being accepted.
We hope to continue this program in the fall of 2011. Follow the Center on Facebook for updates, and contact us for more information.
Contact the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life
office: ASAC 309, across from the Heller School