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New Student Fellows
Thursday, Jun. 23, 2011
The Ethics Center is pleased to announce the Hackworth Fellows in Applied Ethics for the 2011-12 academic year. The fellows are:
-- Brittany Adams, SCU '12, of Morgan Hill, Calif. Brittany is a double major in Religious Studies and Philosophy; she will be developing projects for her peers on the ethical dimension of immigration, among other pressing issues
-- Matthew Savage, SCU '12, of Concord, Calif. Matt is a double major in Philosophy and English; he will be developing programs for his peers on ethical issues in intercollegiate athletics.
-- Jacob Teeny, SCU '12, of Portland, Ore. Jake is a double major in Philosophy and Psychology; he will be developing programs for his peers using techniques like slam poetry to explore issues in ethics.
The Ethics Center is very grateful to all of the outstanding applicants for the fellowship and to all of the faculty and staff who brought to our attention these applicants.
The Hackworth Fellowship in Applied Ethics is supported by a generous gift from Michael and Joan Hackworth, longtime supporters of the Ethics Center and of the university at large.
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