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Salisbury University (Salisbury, MD 21801-6860)
Timothy Stock (Project Director: September 2021 to present)
Michele M. Schlehofer (Co Project Director: April 2022 to present)
Jennifer F. Nyland (Co Project Director: April 2022 to present)
Re-envisioning Ethics Access and Community Humanities (R.E.A.C.H.) Initiative: Integrating Community and Curricular Ethics

A two-year project to implement an integrated ethics curriculum.

The REACH Initiative is a collaboration between the departments of Philosophy, Psychology, and Biology at SU. The humanities are at the center of a reframing of the role and meaning of ethics in undergraduate education at our institution, state-assisted university with a public mission. We bring together, via a slate of new community-sourced resources focused on ethics, two major elements of institutional revision: (i) Curriculum change in the sciences via early exposure to public ethics, and (ii) Community-driven learning, where our immediate community has a say in defining areas of ethical concern. Our implementation will extend the REACH model to four targeted curricular areas: Biology, Honors First Year Seminars, Henson Science Honors and Social Work. We will utilize REACH planning phase outputs to generate resources for faculty implementation in the classroom, assess ethics learning outcomes, and create workshops and internships for our 200-member Community Ethics Network.

Project fields:
Ethics; Interdisciplinary Studies, General; Psychology

Humanities Connections Implementation Grants

Education Programs

$146,322 (approved)
$146,322 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/2022 – 12/31/2024