April Brownbag on Ethics
WHAT: Brown Bag Webinar on Ethics in Advising
WHEN: Tuesday April 25th from 2-3:30 pm
WHERE: Memorial Hall Conference Room 116
UPCOMING ZOOM EVENT:
We have yet another great opportunity to learn and discuss coming up soon. This event will focus on ethics in advising. Here is a description of the session:
Ethics has long been concerned with broad questions of what one ought to do, what characterizes “right” actions, and how do we arrive at these ideals. This discussion will investigate the connections between ethics and advising, reframing these questions as: What should every advisor do? What is advising done well or right? What concepts or ideas might we think are essential to advising, especially an ideal of advising?
*Recommended reading prior to discussion: Toward a Theory of Advising by Marc Lowenstein, https://dus.psu.edu/mentor/2014/08/toward-a-theory-of-advising/
Erin Donahoe-Rankin has been an Academic Advisor since 2007, working primarily with students in Philosophy, but also a variety of Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary programs. She earned undergraduate degrees in Philosophy, as well as History & Religious Studies, from Utah Valley University and a Masters in Academic Advising from Kansas State University. She has also taught UVU’s award-winning, General Education course PHIL 2050-Ethics & Values since 2008. She is currently the Director of Students at Utah State University-Tooele Regional Campus and the outgoing chair for the NACADA Liberal Arts Advising Commission.