Educational Ethics: A Field-Launching Conference will be held at Harvard from May 1-2. The conference aims to build a global field of educational ethics, modeled in some ways after bioethics, that is philosophically rigorous, disciplinarily and experientially inclusive, and both relevant to and informed by educational policy and practice. The full program, lodging information, and a registration link can all be found on the main conference webpage. There is no cost to register for the conference, but registration is required.
Doctoral students (from any discipline) doing work in educational ethics are also invited to apply to participate in a pre-conference Graduate Student Workshop, led by Harry Brighouse and Randall Curren. Selected students will have all travel, room, and board costs covered for the April 30 graduate paper workshop as well as the full May 1-2 conference. Apply by Feb. 21!