Teach an Ethics Reading Course
Each semester, we accept proposals for quarter-credit ethics reading courses.
Prindle Institute Summer Fellows Program
Prindle Institute Summer Fellows are DePauw faculty members given a summer stipend to develop undergraduate educational resources on a topic of ethical concern related to their regular disciplinary teaching.
Funding Ethics-Related Projects
If you are a DePauw faculty or staff member and you’d like to receive Prindle Institute funding for an ethics-related projects, apply here.
Institutional Review Board
The Prindle Institute for Ethics is pleased to provide administrative personnel and funding for IRB work, including mandatory training for DePauw researchers.
Midwest Ethics Symposium
Join us for two days of presentations and discussions on the theme of philanthropy and democracy on April 13-14, 2023.
Moral Reasoning Workshop for DePauw Students
Moral reasoning is key to a well-rounded education. This workshop will teach DePauw students to develop their skills in ethical decision-making using a case-study approach.
Ethics Reading Courses
Ethics Reading Courses allow faculty members and their students to read and discuss a single work that enhances their understanding of the field of ethics or a particular ethical issue. The courses are a quarter credit, allowing students to weave ethics into their curricular goals throughout their time at DePauw. The quarter-credit courses also allow faculty members to pilot modules that might fit into the courses they regularly teach at DePauw or form the foundation of an entirely new course.Teach an Ethics Reading Courses
From established scholars at the peak of their career to bright academics in the early stages of building their success, the Prindle Institute supports visiting scholars for one- to three-year appointments. Visiting scholars teach classes at DePauw, organize dynamic research retreats, conduct original research, and more. Leading scholars such as comparative political scientist Cas Mudde, philosopher and children’s book author Claudia Mills, and historian Christopher Hager have all been visiting scholars at the Prindle Institute.Learn More