The Center for Ethics and Education creates audio pieces to give faculty and students the tools to bridge philosophy and education. This audio is available for download and is intended for use in undergraduate and graduate education classes, and by anyone interested in ethics and education.
Ethics & Education Podcast: https://anchor.fm/ethicsandeducation
This episode is about faculty using social media, hosted by Jacob Fay (Open Mind) and featuring the voices of Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (University of New Hampshire), TJ Stewart (Iowa State University), and Harry Brighouse (UW-Madison).
This episode is about the ethical dilemmas that HBCUs face, featuring the voices of host John Torrey (Buffalo State) and guests Joyce E. King (Georgia State University), Felecia Commodore (Old Dominion University), and Corey Reed (Butler University).
Where is the contrast between the aims of American prisons and the aims of college in prison programs? This piece is about those ethical dilemmas.
How do you become a better college teacher? In this episode, Harry Brighouse, a professor at UW Madison, and former UW student Grace Gecewicz discuss their experiences with bad teaching and how universities and individuals can improve that for both the teachers and the students.
The true costs of college go way beyond simple frugality. The costs are serious, and they are often overlooked by universities. Hosted by Natnael Shiferaw, with ethnographers Nancy Kendall and Matthew Wolfgram. Part of our series on the ethics of higher education.
How should we do college admissions? Jon Boeckenstedt, Vice Provost of Enrollment Management at Oregon State University, in conversation with Harry Brighouse.
Do we have a right to higher education? With Harry Brighouse and Christopher Martin.
What should the aims of higher education be? We asked undergrads, grad students, and philosophy professors what they think.
Philosopher Tony Laden explores the ethical dimensions of teachers union strikes with labor scholar Eleni Schirmer.
Meghan Sullivan and Maria Salazar in conversation about what it means to love your students and why more philosophers should study love.