Faculty Research Grants
Hackworth Grant Application
The application period for Spring 2017 Hackworth Grants is now closed.
Faculty, adjunct faculty, and staff at Santa Clara University are invited to apply for grants to support research in applied ethics funded by an endowment from Michael and Joan Hackworth to the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Grants will be made to support research which results in the publication of an article, part of a book, or specific piece of teaching material such as a case, or which results in a new module or course in applied ethics. Projects must have substantial ethical content. Applications are encouraged from scholars in all fields.
Applications should make explicit the ethical aspect of the project. For example, within philosophy, a study may clarify key ethical values or theories at stake in an important ethical debate. Within sociology, a study may categorize assumptions about ethical values that are influential in understanding a particular social problem. Or, a teaching project may integrate ethical concepts into a course. If you have questions about clarifying the ethical aspect of a project, please contact Brian Green, assistant director of campus ethics, at email@example.com or 554-7890.
Applications should also, where relevant, include documentation of sources.
Grants will be made to support research assistance by students or others, purchase of materials or access to databases, travel expenses, or other legitimate expenses that make the research possible. Grants may also be requested for summer support that will free the faculty member from other obligations, though these may be considered a lower priority for funding.
Grants may not exceed $5000.
Grant recipients are asked to wait 12 months before applying for another Hackworth Grant.
An email request for applications will be sent out early in the Fall and Spring Quarters. Fall Quarter applications will be due in early December; Spring Quarter applications will be due in late May. Specific due dates for applications will be announced in the email requests for applications.
Grants awards will be made by the end of the Fall and Spring Quarters.
Grants will be considered by a committee of faculty affiliated with the Ethics Center.
Spring 2017 Grants Winners
Alison Benders, Associate Dean, Jesuit School of Theology, and Margaret M. Russell, Professor, School of Law
“Catholic Social Teaching as a Lever for Racial Justice.”
Gilly Dosovitsky, Class of 2018, Psychology and Child Studies
“The Ethics of Parental Well-Being.”
Angela Holzmeister, Lecturer, Classics, Carolynn Roncaglia, Assistant Professor, Classics, and Kathleen Maxwell, Professor, Art and Art History
“The Ethics of Collecting Art.”
Denise Krane, Lecturer, English, Director of HUB Writing Center
“Teaching International Students in an Ethical and Just Way: Designing Teaching Resources Based on Student Experiences and Best Practices.”
Jo-Ellen Pozner, Assistant Professor, Management, Leavey School of Business
“Reputation, Role-Conflict, and Scandal: The Impact of Ethical Breaches on Individual Reputations.”
Claudia Rodriguez-Mojica, Assistant Professor, Education, School of Education and Counseling Psychology
“We Are Here: Ethics Cases from Preservice Teachers of Color.”