2017 Projects

Application of Ethics Projects

Nicole Hanig, DMA, and Catherine Jacobs ’18, College of Arts and Sciences (Music)
Project: "Music and Poetry: Contemplating Ethics through Art Song"
 
Kevin Jones, PhD, MSW, and Sarah Cook ’18, College of Arts and Sciences (Social Work)
Project: "Applying and Disseminating an Ethical Decision Making Casebook for Youth Mentoring Programs and Participants"
 
Subsequent Academic Presentations, Publications, and Initiatives (Select):
Jones, Kevin R., and Cook, Sarah. “Applying and Disseminating an Ethical Decision-Making Framework for Youth Mentoring Programs.” 2017 International Mentoring Association Conference, April 2017, Wilmington, N.C. Conference Presentation.

Jones, Kevin R. “Dear Dr. Jones: An Ethics Advice Column for Mentoring Professionals.” National Mentoring Resource Center Blog, 2017, 3 April 2017. [Read Dr. Jones' blog post.]

Kala Mayer, PhD, MPH, RN, and Nicole Schlotfeldt ’17, School of Nursing
Project: "Facilitating Moral Courage to Overcome Moral Distress in Public Health Nursing Student Care"
 
Shannon Mayer, PhD, College of Arts and Sciences (Physics) and Joseph Albright ’18, Shiley School of Engineering
Project: "Exploring Ethical Issues in Physics: The Intersection of Science Policy and Modern Optics"
 
Ian Parkman, PhD, and Ria Hofman ’18, Pamplin School of Business
Project: "Pink or Blue? An Empirical Investigation of Gender-Role Stereotypes and Marketing"
 
Cara Poor, PhD, and Antonia Molina ’17, Shiley School of Engineering
Project: "Ignoring the Problem Won't Make It Go Away: Ethical Responsibilities of Civil Engineers"
 
Nicole Ralston, PhD, and Mary Shortino-Buck ’17 EdD, School of Education
Project: "Mandates vs. Beliefs: How Do Teaching Professionals Address Ethical Dilemmas?"
 
Subsequent Academic Presentations, Publications, and Initiatives:
Ralston, Nicole C., and Shortino-Buck, Mary. “We Don’t Teach Science: The Impacts of A New Model for Embedding Language in Science.” Roundtable Session at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, April 2018, New York, NY. Paper Presentation. [Available through Pilot Scholars]

 
David Turnbloom, PhD, College of Arts and Sciences (Theology) and Valerie Smith ’17, School of Nursing
Project: "The Risk of Merciful Encounters: Lessons from Luke 15"

 

Ethics Curriculum Fellowships

Andrew Guest, PhD, and Louisa Egan Brad, PhD, with Estefania Morales ’17 and Vandric Castro ’18, College of Arts and Sciences (Psychology)
Fellowship: "Professional Development as Ethical Development: Designing and Implementing a Curriculum for Psychology Majors"
 
Lorretta Krautscheid, PhD, and Laura Mood, PhD, with Taylor Mossman ’14, ’17 and Marie Wagner ’17, School of Nursing
Fellowship: "Transdisciplinary Applied Ethics Curriculum: Innovative Interventions Promoting Moral Agency, Resilience, and an Ethical Healthcare Milieu"
 
Subsequent Academic Presentations, Publications, and Initiatives (Select):
Mossman, Taylor, et al. “The Relationships between Resilience Protective Factors and Moral Distress among Nursing Students.” Western Institute of Nursing Conference, April 2017, Denver, CO. Poster Presentation.

Krautscheid, Lorretta, et al. “Moral Resilience: A Strategy to Attenuate Moral Distress among Student Nurses.” International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing, January 29, 2018, Las Vegas, NV. Podium Presentation.

Krautscheid, Lorretta, et al. “Relationships between Resilience and Moral Distress among Student Nurses.” National Nursing Ethics Conference, March 7, 2018, Los Angeles, CA. Poster Presentation.

Krautscheid, Lorretta, et al. “Examining Relationships between Resilience Protective Factors and Moral Distress among Student Nurses.” Nursing Education Perspectives, vol. 43(1), 2019, pp. 43-45. doi:10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000471. [Available through Pilot Scholars]