Students meet the Dalai Lama who came to SCU to discuss ethics and compassion.
Peer-to-peer activities, fellowships, and internships are at the core of the Ethics Center's work with students. Research grants are also available.
Fellowships and Internships
- Hackworth Fellowships: Students create programs for their peers on ethical issues.
- Environmental Ethics Fellowships: Fellows explore the ethics of sustainability on campus.
- Honzel Fellowship in Health Care Ethics: The fellow serves as a peer mentor to students in the Health Care Ethics Internship and develops an ethics project with particular relevance to students and alumni.
- Health Care Ethics Internships: Interns shadow doctors, nurses and other health care professionals in hospitals and hospices.
- Business Ethics Internships: Interns are placed in ethics and compliance divisions of Silicon Valley companies.
Open to all SCU students, Hackworth Grants provide support for research in applied ethics.
The Big Q
SCU students engage their classmates and students at other universities in a conversation on the big ethical questions they face in their everyday lives.
A debate group on ethical issues, the Ethics Bowl team competes regionally and nationally.
The Center offers a rich menu of talks, workshops, and presentations.
Graduating seniors are honored for excellence in ethics research or practice.
Student Government Ethics
Developed by a member of SCU's student government, these resources include case studies and sample codes of ethics.