Borderland: An Interview Series on Immigration Ethics
Amy Reed-Sandoval on Migration, Gender, and Pregnancy
In the second episode in this video series our guest is Amy Reed, Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and participating faculty in the Latinx and Latin American Studies Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is the author of Socially Undocumented: Identity and Immigration Justice, which was published last year by Oxford University Press, and co-editor of Latin American Immigration Ethics and Ética, Política, y Migración.
Space Ethics Webinar
Upcoming Event: 11 a.m. - Noon, Thursday, April 28, 2022
In this webinar, "Space Ethics" Author, Brian Patrick Green addresses the many ethical viewpoints on space exploration and travel, providing insight into both the future and the present of the human race to space.
The Big Q Blog
Podcast explores notification to students about student resources at Santa Clara University.
In this podcast students inquire about the return of Recreational Sports to campus.
In this Podcast students explore the COVID-19 response at Santa Clara University.
Featured Ethics Spotlights
While vaccines provide protection for individuals and communities against severe disease and death, this fight is far from over as we see infection rates climb, especially among children who cannot be vaccinated. Ethics Center staff and scholars analyze the critical questions in this Ethics Spotlight.
Racism and hate are not new to the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, but the onset and spread of COVID-19 has led to massive increases in both. Ethics Center staff and scholars unpack some of the many related ethical dilemmas in this Ethics Spotlight.
While advancements in vaccines for the novel coronavirus are pointing to a light at the end of the tunnel, numerous ethical dilemmas lie ahead. Ethics Center staff, scholars, and students analyze these critical issues in this Ethics Spotlight.
A Guide for Nonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit organizations rely on charitable gifts, but often lack guidance on how to navigate gifts from controversial donors. This guide offers practical and ethical considerations for nonprofit organizations that face increasing scrutiny for gift acceptance decisions.
Ethical Giving Guide
Materials to Support Donors with Gifting Decisions
Designed to help individual donors and family foundations think through their nonprofit giving decisions and to do it ethically, this guide outlines the steps to take with related ethical considerations and helps donors define their personal mission.
All About Ethics: Perspectives From Across the Center
The ongoing war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has led many to publicly question whether Russian President, Vladimir Putin is a “madman.” Ethics rules, however, state that psychiatrists should not comment on the mental health of public figures who they have not evaluated or treated in person.
Even in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there are ethical issues to be considered and weighed.
2020-21 Annual Report
The Ethics Center spent the 2020-21 academic year reflecting on the challenges faced during those 12 months, helping us recover, and re-imagining how society’s future will look.
David DeCosse spent the end of last year learning from and gaining valuable insight from unhoused populations in Los Angeles.
Jim Cowie, one of the newest members of the Ethics Center Advisory Board, discusses his career and lifelong focus on ethics.
Teaching Note: Interview of Theranos Whistleblower, Tyler Shultz
This teaching module for business ethics, leadership and management courses includes two videos, homework assignments, and class discussion, all designed to spark conversation about ethical issues associated with whistleblowers and corporate governance.
Evaluating Culture for Ethics
Our Culture Self-Assessment Practice recommends approaches to evaluating culture for ethics within companies and other types of organizations. The materials are primarily for members of an organization’s leadership team, including human resources and legal, but designed to engage a cross-section of leaders from various disciplines.
Don Heider, executive director at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, interviewed by CBS 5 KPIX.
John Pelissero, senior scholar, quoted by North Coast Journal.
Like Birds, Ethical Issues Are Everywhere...
...often difficult to spot, but noticed by those in search of them.
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University exists to help people see, understand, and work through ethical problems.
As an introduction to thinking ethically, we have created a framework for ethical decision making.