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DePauw University 8th Annual
Undergraduate Ethics Symposium – April 9-11, 2015 (Deadline
The Prindle Institute
for Ethics at DePauw University is sponsoring the eighth annual Undergraduate
Ethics Symposium, April
9-11, 2015. Please post the attached flyer, share it with
faculty, and encourage your students to submit. The deadline for submissions
is February 1, 2015. Students
can submit electronically here.
includes four keynote talks from leading experts on this year’s theme, Value
and Virtual Spaces, including a talk by Anita Sarkeesian, who has
recently made national headlines for her work critiquing portrayals of women in
video games. Students also participate in breakout sessions to discuss the work
they submitted with each other and one of the four keynote speakers. More
information about the symposium is below and in the attached flyer.
More About the Symposium
This is an
interdisciplinary symposium that is open to students in any academic
discipline working on projects that speak to issues of ethical concern. We
welcome analytic submissions, such as a paper. We also welcome creative
This year’s theme
will encompass ethical concerns brought to the forefront by our increasingly
technological modern society. From social media and video games to online
currency and net neutrality, there is an abundance of moral questions raised by
the virtual world. We welcome submissions on the Symposium’s theme as well as
from all other areas of ethical concern - such as personal morality, business
ethics, bio-medical ethics, media ethics, feminist ethics, and diversity issues
- so long as the submissions are received by the February 1,
This is an honors
symposium, so only 25 to 30 submissions will be accepted. Each participant will
be in a seminar led by a visiting scholar or artist; the seminars will consist
of seven to ten students each. In these small groups, students will benefit
from the critiques and comments of their peers. We are pleased to announce four
experts in the realm of virtual spaces who will be joining us this year and who
will work closely with the participants:
·Solon Barocas - Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Information
Technology Policy, Princeton University
·Patrick Byrne - Founder and CEO of
·Matthew Kenyon - Associate Professor at Stamps School of Art and Design,
University of Michigan
·Anita Sarkeesian - author of the video blog "Feminist Frequency" and creator of
the video series Tropes vs. Women and Tropes vs. Women in Video Games
For those students
accepted to the symposium, DePauw University will cover lodging and meals while
at DePauw. Travel expenses would be the responsibility of the participant.
Assistance with travel funds may be available in certain circumstances.
Again, we would
greatly appreciate your posting the attached flyer, sharing this information
with faculty and encouraging students in your classes to submit their work.
More information can be found on our website (http://www.depauw.edu/academics/centers/prindle/programs/ues2/). If you have further questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.