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AKB-285772-22

Kansas Newman College (Wichita, KS 67213-2084)
Cheryl Golden (Project Director: September 2021 to present)
Jamey Findling (Co Project Director: January 2022 to present)
Emphasis in Technology and Human Values (ETHV)

A three-year project to implement a “Technology and Human Values” certificate.

Contemporary advances in technology promise benefits for humanity across a seemingly limitless range of applications; they also pose serious challenges to our efforts to promote human flourishing and even to our understanding of what it means to be human. We interact with technologies that track our movements, map our faces, predict our choices. Tomorrow’s professionals must grasp not only the technical aspects of such tools, but also the implications these tools have for humanity. Newman University’s ETHV certificate program addresses these issues by making intentional connections between the humanities and the professional fields which deploy these new and emerging technologies. The ETHV purposefully integrates humanities content from our general education program into the degree requirements of professional majors. Our project implements ETHV certificate tracks for majors in criminal justice, business data analytics, biology, psychology, education, and social work.

Project fields:
Ancient History; Ethics; Interdisciplinary Studies, General

Program:
Humanities Connections Implementation Grants

Division:
Education Programs

Totals:
$148,815 (approved)
$148,815 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/2022 – 5/31/2025