Programs for Faculty and Staff
Center Scholar and constitutional law expert Margaret Russell presents at a panel on race and justice with Chris Boscia, Santa Clara County deputy district attorney.
Santa Clara University faculty and staff can draw on the Center's resources to support their research and teaching on applied ethics, to provide co-curricular activities for their students, and to engage with a community of scholars with an interest in ethics.
Hackworth grants are available for faculty and staff doing research or creating teaching materials on applied ethics in any discipline.
More than 50 members of the SCU faculty are affiliated with the Ethics Center and assist with events, research, and other projects.
Faculty are encouraged to incorporate Center events into their syllabi, enriching their curricula with presentations by scholars and practitioners in many fields.