The Inamori Ethics Prize 10th Anniversary Essay Contest Winners Announced!
The Inamori Ethics Prize celebrates and illustrates ethical leadership in all its forms, across a range of human endeavors. Students were asked to select the current or one of the former recipients of the Inamori Ethics Prize recipients and explain how and why their ethical leadership inspired them.
Undergraduate Student Winners
1st Place: Grace Zhang, "Today's Children, Tomorrow's Future"
2nd Place: Jack Zhao, "Dr. Denis Mukwege"
Graduate Student Winners
1st Place: Elizabeth Shay, "Lessons from Dr. Mukwege in Ethical Leadership"
2nd Place: Joshua Gerlick, "Behold the Contrarian: A Consideration of Yvon Chouinard"
Call for Papers - International Journal of Ethical Leadership (IJEL)
International Journal of Ethical Leadership (IJEL) is an academic journal that expands the interdisciplinary, international conversation on what ethical leadership requires, published by the University of Akron Press in partnership with the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University.
IJEL is an annual journal that serves to advance critical discussions of the importance and key elements of ethical leadership.
The journal is broad in scope, accepting submissions from academic, professional, and lay perspectives. Previously published works will also be considered for submission, if the prior publisher grants permission.
We are looking for articles (2-5,000 words) that have relevance to theoretical and practical approaches to ethical leadership from diverse perspectives.
Submissions must be received by March 1, 2019. Please send all inquiries and submissions to Dr. Laura Mekhail (email@example.com).
Dr. French's Appearance on The Dead Prussian: A Podcast about War and Warfare
The host of The Dead Prussian podcast, Mick Cook, speaks with Dr. Shannon French about her current research, her book The Code of the Warrior, and a discussion of the "importance of ethical codes to warrior cultures and how it assists societies in dealing with the impact of war." To listen to the interview, click here.
Dehumanizing the Enemy - The Intersection of Neuroethics and Military Ethics
French, Shannon and Jack, Anthony. “Dehumanizing the Enemy - The Intersection of Neuroethics and Military Ethics.” Responsibilities to Protect: Perspective in Theory and Practice. Ed. David Whetham and Bradley J. Strawser. Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2015, 169-195.
Moral Psychology Research Group with Dr. Tony Jack
Watch Dr. Tony Jack, Daryl Cameron, assistant professor of psychology and research associate in the Rock Ethics Institute, Walter Sinnott-Armstong from Duke University, and Joshua Greene from Harvard University discuss the Moral Brain as part of the Moral Psychology Research Group Conference 2017 at Penn State.