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Grants Support Ethics Research

Wednesday, Jun. 16, 2010

The Ethics Center awarded five Hackworth Research Grants to Santa Clara University faculty and students with projects on applied ethics. 

Faculty awards went to:

Yekaterina Bezrukova, Assistant Professor, SCU Psychology,  "When No One is Watching: Ethical Behavior in Groups"

John Ifcher, Lecturer, SCU Economics,  "Happiness Inequality and Income Growth"

Chad Raphael, Associate Professor, SCU Communication, "A More Deliberative Union: Equality and Publicity in Deliberative Democracy"

Student Awards went to:

Rochelle Stowe, SCU '10,  "Research Ethics and the Reduction of Ecological Footprints of Biological Research Stations"

Adelene Gallego Ramos, SCU MBA Student, for a film project called "Social Entrepreneurs, Ethics, and Making a Profit on the Bottom Billion"

The Hackworth Grants are made possible by a gift from Michael and Joan Hackworth.

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