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Puppets, Philosophies, and The Pursuit of Knowledge – A Closer Look at Higher Education

November 28, 2023

The blog explores the evolving role of education, particularly in universities, amidst changing labor landscapes.

A large tree partially obscures a building on the campus of the University of Chicago. Free Speech or Online Harassment at Colleges and Universities?

July 28, 2023

Around 4 in 10 Americans have experienced online harassment, and there have been numerous cases of university faculty becoming part of that 40%. How can universities handle free speech and its limits in the age of the Internet?

graphic people pulling in opposite on a rope The Ethics and Policy View: Transforming Conflict on College Campuses

June 30, 2023

In 2022, scholars affiliated with The Constructive Dialogue Institute and Aspen Institute’s project on Citizenship and American Identity conducted research on conflict on college campuses.

Statue of Lady Justice - blindfolded woman holding up scales in her left hand while her right hand holds a sword pointed at the ground. My Colleague’s Keeper

May 31, 2023

Amid the calls for accountability and enforceable ethical standards for U.S. Supreme Court justices, many observers wonder at the silence of bystanders.

Hands of robot and human touching on big data network connection background The Ethics of College Students Using ChatGPT

April 17, 2023

As AI technology continues to advance, educators are increasingly looking for ways to incorporate it into their classrooms. One AI tool that has gained attention in recent years is ChatGPT. While ChatGPT has potential as an educational tool, its use raises important ethical considerations.