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When you give to the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics you become a partner in our students' efforts to learn how to be, not just successful professionally, but successful ethically. You support scholarship that explores how to engage across diverse cultural and ideological perspectives and negotiate between and among different faith traditions and ethical codes. You enable all of us to come together to discover and strengthen our shared moral commitments.
Undergraduates Scholars receive a scholarship, attend a one-credit class in the fall and again in the spring. In the fall, they engage with the knowledge, expertise and insight of multiple academic traditions as represented by the Lincoln Center faculty. In the spring, they learn about applied ethics by actually doing applied ethics – they work collaboratively across cultural and ideological differences to form a shared vision of a path forward.
Chautauqua Fellows are undergraduate students who have the opportunity to participate in the Chautauqua experience where it originated – at the Chautauqua Institute in New York. They spend a week exploring the educational, recreational, spiritual and artistic programs as they work together to problem-solve and innovate around an issue that is important to them. They return to ASU brimming with ideas and inspiration, ready to implement solutions that they have designed.
The Lincoln Center has more than 70 Faculty Affiliates, Fellows and named Professors from all disciplines at ASU who share a commitment to pursue ethical, impactful scholarship and to teach students how to explore and act on the ethical challenges of their fields of studies. They offer programming, participate in research and teaching symposia, share best practices with each other and collaborate across their disciplines to help us create and preserve the world in which we want to live.
The Lincoln Center sponsors and co-sponsors numerous events throughout the year that bring together ASU students, faculty and staff and the communities they serve to discuss the challenges and opportunities we all face.
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