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by staff May 06, 2016
Rock Events Calendar - February 2018
Rock Research Associate Francisco Javier Lopez cited in the Charlotte Business Journal
Francisco Javier Lopez of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State University contributed to a recent article in the Charlotte Business Journal that discusses the legacy of former Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson who stepped down following allegations of misconduct.
January 2018 Faculty Newsletter
In our monthly newsletter, the Rock Ethics Institute highlights the latest faculty activities, publications, and events.
Josh Inwood interviewed by CBS on MLK Day
Josh was interviewed for MLK Day on local CBS affiliate, WTAJ-TV on how Martin Luther King Jr.'s message is still reflected upon
Two Penn State researchers named Rock Ethics Institute Faculty Fellows
Kathryn Sophia Belle, Penn State associate professor of philosophy, and Forrest Briscoe, Penn State professor of management and organization, have been named Faculty Fellows of the Rock Ethics Institute for the 2018-19 academic year.
Inwood publishes OpEd in Diverse Education magazine
Senior Rock Research Associate Josh Inwood examines the recent controversies over the legacy and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. prompting us to ask: how his holiday might look and feel if it were held on April 4 (the date of his assassination) rather than January 15? -- Diverse Magazine
Jeremy Engels interviewed in The Daily Item
Jeremy Engels, associate professor of communications arts and sciences and Sherwin Early Career Professor of the Rock Ethics Institute, was interviewed about the idea of connecting our self-worth to our ideals instead of achievements.
Jeremy Engels publishes article on gratitude for "The Conversation"
Sherwin Early Career Professor in the Rock Ethics Institute, and Associate Professor of Communications Arts and Sciences, Jeremy David Engels, reflects on the idea of gratitude in the new year.
New course will cover the science, policy and ethics of climate change
RL ST/PHIL/METEO 197 Ethics of Climate Change is an Interdomain GH/GN course and it is available to schedule Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. This new course will give students the tools to understand the basic science of climate change and its ethical dimensions. Throughout the semester, the class will have the opportunity to meet key individuals working on climate change at Penn State.
Rock Ethics research associate appointed to professorship in College of Engineering
Alan R. Wagner, assistant professor of aerospace engineering and research associate in the Rock Ethics Institute, was recently recognized for outstanding teaching and research.