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The Santa Clara Lecture Series is sponsored by the Bannan Institute, which is committed to examining Catholic identity and Jesuit character.

Ethics at Noon

The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics sponsors the Ethics at Noon lecture series. These lunch-hour programs provide a forum for SCU faculty members and other experts to explore ethical issues in many fields.

de Saisset Museum

The museum offers several lectures and programs based on current exhibitions.


Fostering Conscience and Moral Character Through Classroom Teaching

Mar 12, 2014
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location
Benson Center, Williman Room
Lecture

A talk by Darcia Narvaez, professor of psychology and director, Collaboration for Ethical Education, University of Notre Dame.

 Darcia Narvaez is one of the leading scholars in the country on moral education. Her research explores questions of moral cognition, moral development and moral character education. She is author or editor of four award winning books: "Postconventional Moral Thinking"; "Moral Development, Self and Identity"; "Handbook of Moral and Character Education," and "Personality, Self and Identity." She is also editor of the Journal of Moral Education.

We are fortunate to present this program in part through the generosity of the Project on Conscience in Roman Catholic Thought, funded by Phyllis and Mike Shea.

Join us on Twitter for live tweeting of the event as well!

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Event hashtag: #ethicsclass #conscienceproject

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David DeCosse
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