The Center is dedicated to training younger scholars so that important work in ethics continues to flourish. Each year our Graduate Fellowship Program accepts several advanced doctoral students or recent graduates of professional programs and supports them for a year of concentrated work in their dissertations or research projects. Graduate Fellows have a bi-weekly work-in-progress seminar in which they workshop their current work with the two faculty co-directors. They are also expected to attend the Fellows-in-Residence seminars during the alternate weeks, ensuring that they have ample opportunity to workshop their scholarship and contribute to discussions of the work being done by our senior Fellows.
The Ethics Pedagogy Fellowship Program is a year-long, 10 hour/week commitment for graduate students who are dedicated to advancing how and where ethics is taught on college and university campuses. Through the Program, these Fellows are given the opportunity to support faculty and help develop curricula for ethics courses at Harvard, to work with Center researchers on innovative instructional models that can help improve how ethics is taught, and engage with the various initiatives at the Center.
You can learn more about these fellowship opportunities in the menu to the left.