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February 2023

2.3.23: The Greenwall Foundation is seeking nominations for the 2023 Bernard Lo, MD Award in Bioethics (Lo Award), a $25,000 prize given annually to recognize significant contributions to bioethics. This Award honors Dr. Lo’s service to The Greenwall Foundation as its President & CEO (2012-2020) and founding Director of the Faculty Scholars Program.

The Lo Award recognizes one area of accomplishment in bioethics each year. The 2023 Award will be presented for forging connections across division through bioethics. Such division may derive from differences in perspective, politics, power, community, identity, or discipline (to name only some examples). In an increasingly polarized society, bioethics can serve as a model for articulating and navigating differing values and finding shared resolutions to difficult problems. This year’s Award will be given to a recipient or recipients who have leveraged bioethics to bridge divides between groups or individuals. The Foundation encourages nominees from academic, non-profit, government, industry, and other sectors.

Nominations are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, March 20, 2023. For more information on the Lo Award, this year's criteria, and how to submit a nomination, visit the Request for Nominations page.

2.3.23: Registration is open for the 2023 International Business Ethics Case Competition (April 19-21). Because of ongoing risks connected with Covid in the northeast U.S., IBECC 2023 will be held online. However, because costs will be lower, they are increasing the amount of prize money awarded to $20,000. See for information. Please direct any questions to [email protected].

2.3.23: The Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum has announced its Call for Papers for the 24th Annual Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, which will take place Oct. 1-4, 2023 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Submissions may include full papers or abstracts of no more than 250 words; session formats include papers, panels, case study analysis and discussion, poster sessions and pedagogical demonstrations. Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit their work. Presentations are typically 20-25 minutes in length, allowing for 5-10 minutes of Q&A. Submissions are to be formatted for blind review. In-person conference with limited slots for virtual presentation. Submission deadline of August 1. Early submissions (by July 1) receive special consideration. The Society sponsors a competition for the best paper submitted by a graduate student. The winner receives a $500 cash award and free conference registration. The Society publishes Teaching Ethics, and conference papers may be sent to the editors for publication consideration. Learn more.

2.3.23: The Office of Science, Office of Public Health Ethics and Regulations (OPHER) (formerly Office of Scientific Integrity) is seeking a dynamic and experienced candidate to serve as Public Health Ethics Lead (Health Scientist, GS-601-14). The Public Health Ethics Lead is responsible for supporting and guiding Agency efforts to ensure CDC scientific work meets the highest ethical principles and standards for scientific integrity. The Public Health Ethics Leads serves as an agency SME providing consultation, technical assistance, tools/resources, and trainings related to the various ethical and regulatory obligations that govern CDC scientists’ work. The incumbent is knowledgeable of ethical principles and standards for scientific integrity, as well as laws and policies impacting ethics that govern scientific work and the ability to identify, analyze, and resolve ethical issues that arise in public health practice and implementation. Learn more.

January 2023

1.27.23: The College of Leadership & Ethics (CLE) of Naval War College is seeking an education technician. Primary duties include preparing statistical summaries or reports related to administrative functions; gathering data and information from various sources to compile in preparation of reports, letters, or presentations; and querying databases to research requests for information. Learn more.

1.24.23: The 2023 National Student Bioethics Association (NSBA) Annual Conference is seeking abstracts from students. The virtual conference will take place on Sunday, April 23, 2023 from 11 a.m, to 5 p.m. EST. The conference brings together students from all across the country to share their bioethics research and to collaborate with individuals who are passionate about growing the field. 

The deadline for submitting abstracts is March 1, 2023 (11:59 p.m. EST). Any student or trainee, regardless of education level, is welcome to submit an abstract (including recent graduates not currently in school) as long as the topic falls within the scope of bioethics. We welcome all types of proposals whether they be peer-reviewed research, a term paper, internship project, doctoral thesis, or personal passion-project. Abstracts will either be accepted as a 15-minute oral presentation or a 2-minute poster presentation (applicants can select their preferred option on the form). Learn more.

1.24.23: Registration is now open for the 27th annual International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case Competition (IBESCC), sponsored by Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business Administration. This year’s competition will be a hybrid event taking place from April 10 to 14. The virtual portion of the competition will take place April 10 and 11, while the in-person portion of the event will take place on April 12 to 14 in Los Angeles. The awards ceremony for all divisions will be held on April 14th and will be live-streamed for virtual participants. Register now: the Early Bird discount still in effect! Team sponsorships are available to reduce or waive registration fees. Learn more.

1.20.23: The Department of Education and the Program for Leadership and Character at Wake Forest University seek a thoughtful, engaged, and creative scholar to become a Postdoctoral Fellow for two years. The Postdoctoral Fellow will teach 2 courses per year (a 1:1) and contribute to character education research and programming for Winston-Salem TEACH, an inter-institutional collaboration between the Education departments at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, and Salem College, in collaboration with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS). The Postdoctoral Fellow will benefit from course development workshops and mentoring from faculty in both programs. The fellowship aims to equip an emerging scholar and educator to integrate character education in undergraduate teacher preparation and develop resources for K-12 schools who seek to educate character in their contexts. The two-year fellowship is funded by a grant from the Kern Family Foundation. They welcome recent PhDs or EdDs in education or related fields where the candidate has pursued research and/or teaching related to character, ethics, and/or justice in the context of education. Compelling applicants will demonstrate prior experience with virtue-centered ethics education, culturally responsive pedagogies, and a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, including international students, first-generation students, and those who identify as members of historically-marginalized communities. The position will begin on July 1, 2023. Applications arriving by April 15, 2023 will be given priority consideration. Learn more.

1.20.23: The Program for Leadership and Character at Wake Forest University is seeking a creative and committed postdoctoral fellow with expertise in quantitative and qualitative analysis to advance research and evaluation in the undergraduate college. The fellow will work with an interdisciplinary research team conducting innovative and potentially transformative research on cultivating character and leadership among undergraduate students at Wake Forest. The grant-funded postdoctoral fellowship will be for an initial one-year term, with the potential for renewal for two additional years.

Applications arriving by February 15, 2023 will be given priority consideration. Fellows tentatively start July 1, 2023. Learn more

1.20.23: Because of a significant increase in Covid infections in the Boston area connected with the XBB.1.5 variant and the uncertainly about where things will be in April, the 2023 International Business Ethics Case Competition will again be held online. If you have any questions, contact [email protected].

1.19.23: The University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies invites applications for a full-time visiting position as the Zuzana Simoniova Cmelikova Visiting International Scholar in Leadership and Ethics for the 2023-24 academic year. This position is designed to give visiting scholars with extensive international experience the opportunity to conduct research, develop courses, and/or design programs on leadership ethics. Visiting International Scholars pursue their own advanced research related to leadership and ethics; and actively contribute to the intellectual life of the School and University through meaningful interactions with faculty including presenting their research and/or issues related to leadership in their country. Ordinarily, the fellowship is renewable for a second year.

Visiting international scholars may be new Ph.D.s or experienced scholars who hold a Ph.D. in an academic area related to the study of leadership and ethics. Scholars from newly formed or restored democracies are especially encouraged to apply.

Review of applications will commence March 15, 2023; the deadline for applications is March 31, 2023.
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1.19.23: The Section of Integrated Ethics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is seeking applicants for our full-time, two-year compensated, Clinical Ethics Fellowship. Fellows are exposed to the demands of clinical medicine and its ethical issues and dilemmas. The program provides an intensive clinical experience in ethics for individuals with advanced degrees in ethics and related fields, enabling graduated Fellows to be competitive for positions in healthcare ethics consultation and bioethics in an academic setting. The services of Integrated Ethics in Cancer Care include clinical and research consultations, academics, research and policy development spanning all components of MD Anderson Cancer Center, including regional, national and international affiliates. Applications are due Feb. 17, 2023. Fellows tentatively start July 1, 2023. Learn more.

1.13.23: The Rock Ethics Institute (REI) and the College of Engineering at Penn State seek applicants for a Postdoctoral Scholar in Engineering Ethics. Applicants should have expertise in engineering ethics and a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline (e.g., Applied Ethics, Engineering, Engineering Education, Philosophy, or another relevant field). They are particularly interested in candidates with interest or experience in integrating engineering ethics with issues of sustainability and/or with issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Postdoctoral Scholar will support ongoing engineering ethics education initiatives, pursue independent or collaborative research oriented toward publication, and receive training and mentorship. Postdoctoral scholars may receive experience working on grants. They will also receive support to allow them to participate in seminars and conferences appropriate to their personal career goals. Learn more.

1.13.23: The University of Wisconsin-Stout (UW-Stout) seeks a dynamic and qualified leader to serve as Director for the Center for Applied Ethics (CAE) beginning July 2023.  As Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, UW-Stout's unique mission prioritizes three educational tenets: applied learning, career focus and collaboration. The CAE was established in 2008 through a generous endowment in support of programming in areas aligned with our polytechnic mission, including curriculum development, professional development, and outreach with external partners. The CAE is a hub and catalyst for integrating ethics as a substantive curricular and co-curricular experience for all students, through applied, interactive, and collaborative activities with centers and partners across the university and region. The center director will help lead work that promotes the study and discussion of civil liberties, especially freedom of expression. Qualified candidates will possess a track record of excellence in teaching and scholarship in a discipline relevant to ethics and interest in civil liberties, political philosophy, and interdisciplinary ethics. To ensure consideration complete applications must be submitted by January 31, 2023.  Learn more.

December 2022

12.21.22: The Department of Political Science (particularly its Political Theory and International Relations subfields), the Notre Dame International Security Center, and the ND Technology Ethics Center propose a search for a senior scholar who combines substantive knowledge of, and continuing interest in, the development and empirical and theoretical analysis of militarily relevant technologies (broadly defined) with a deep knowledge of the ethical dimensions (broadly construed) of technology, war, and statecraft to be named the William P. and Hazel B. White Center Professor of the Ethics of New Weapons Technology.  Given the intersection of this position, and the work of the ND Tech Ethics Center and NDISC, with important elements of the Roman Catholic Intellectual Tradition, especially its just war tradition, we would especially welcome applications from candidates attracted to Notre Dame’s Catholic mission. Learn more.

12.15.22: The Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University invites applications for a position of Professor of the Practice in Business Ethics at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level in the Management Department, beginning Fall 2023. This is a non-tenure track fixed term renewable position with a teaching load of four courses each semester. Candidates must have relevant teaching experience and a Masters degree in a field (i.e. philosophy, religious studies, and social sciences) that allows for a focus on ethics. Those with a relevant Ph.D. degree or a JD from an accredited law school are preferred. Candidates should have a primary focus on business ethics. Those individuals with experience of working with businesses on ethics issues are of particular interest. Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled. Learn more.

12.12.22: The Department of Journalism and Digital Communication at the University of South Florida seeks an outstanding media scholar as the next Eleanor Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy, an endowed position on the St. Petersburg campus. The Poynter Jamison Chair is one of the nation’s first endowed chairs in media ethics. Established in 1993, the chair has been held by only two previous professors: Jay Black (1993–2003) and Deni Elliott (2003–2022). USF seeks candidates with established, influential research agendas focused on ethics, media and technology. Within this wide-ranging theme, USF emphasizes expertise in areas such as digital surveillance and privacy; computational journalism; investigative data journalism; mis- and dis-information; accountability in machine learning; ethical considerations in the design and use of social media; and media policy and democracy. The Poynter Jamison Chair is expected to develop independent research programs that attract external funding. Learn more.

12.8.22: The Department of Engineering and Society (E&S) in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia seeks applicants for a non-tenure track Assistant Professor position. Academic general faculty members provide important academic service to the University community, focusing on teaching as well as research (See Service to the department is also expected. This position involves teaching three courses per semester as part of the Science, Technology, and Society Program in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The primary responsibility of the STS Program is to teach STS, ethics, and communication to undergraduate engineering students. Learn more.

12.8.22: The Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Science (OEC) is looking for a new leader for its public webinar series, Bringing Ethics into the Conversation. (This is a volunteer role.)The webinar leader is responsible for inviting and hosting speakers for 6 hour-long webinars for the 2023-2024 academic year (3 webinars per semester). Previous webinars are available here: The Center’s community manager assists with speaker scheduling and Zoom webinar set-up. The Center is a digital repository for resources on teaching and learning about ethics in engineering and science, as well as a community of faculty, students, researchers, and other professionals who come together to discuss ethics. Please see the website at The webinars are free, open to anyone, and later publicly available as recordings. If interested or to nominate someone, please email Caitlin Wylie ([email protected]) by February 1.

12.1.22: The 5th Asia Pacific Research Integrity Network Meeting in Tokyo (APRI2023 Tokyo) will be held using a hybrid model from March 20–22, 2023, with a pre-conference onsite seminar on March 19, 2023. Learn more.

Important dates:
- Early registration will end on January 28, 2023. (Japan Standard Time)
- Deadline for abstract submission for oral/poster presentations has been extended to January 13, 2023. (JST)
- Deadline for APRI2023 Tokyo Pre-Conference Seminar application is January 13, 2023. (JST)

November 2022

11.30.22: Princeton University's Program in Cognitive Science, in collaboration with the University Center for Human Values, invites applications for a postdoctoral position in the Cognitive Science of Values. The successful candidate will be based in the laboratory of Dr. Tania Lombrozo in the Department of Psychology. They aim to support a highly promising scholar with a background in cognitive science or a related discipline, such as psychology, empirically informed/experimental philosophy, or formal epistemology. The scholar's research agenda should address a topic that engages with both cognitive science and values, such as the role of moral values in decision making, the role of epistemic values in belief revision, or the role of values in the cognitive science of religion. The proposed research is expected to yield both theoretical and empirical publications. 

Learn more.

11.17.22: The University of Oklahoma is conducting a faculty search for the Kingfisher College Chair in the Philosophy of Religion and Ethics. The Chair is intended for an outstanding researcher in philosophy of religion or ethics, and former holders have been integral to all aspects of the department’s research and teaching mission. The philosophy department seeks someone who has an outstanding, and ongoing, record of research in philosophy of religion or ethics (both fields broadly construed), and someone skilled in teaching and mentoring, who is committed to practicing philosophy in a cooperative mode and is interested in conversing across academic disciplines, philosophical traditions and sub-disciplines.

Learn more.