Author Archives: Scott Ingram

8KQ Sparks Interest in Rwanda

In March, a JMU delegation consisting of Dr. Heather Coltman, Dr. Mike Davis, Dr. Besi Muhonja, Neil Marrin, Dr. Angela DiCosola, and myself traveled to Kigali to build new relationships with Rwandan higher education institutions and non-profit organisations. Meetings often … Continue reading

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JMU’s Successful Showing at IBESCC

“Toothbrushes: We started using them around the time of our 2nd birthdays. Our entire lives we’ve been told that in order to have a healthy smile, we need to brush our teeth both morning & night, and replace it every … Continue reading

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JMU Competed in the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

This past weekend eight JMU students along with their two coaches, Dr. Joe Derby, College of Business, and Scott Ingram, Ethical Reasoning Engagement Fellow, traveled up to Marist College in New York to compete in the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Northeastern … Continue reading

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Tips for writing an ethical reasoning scenario

Writing an ethical reasoning scenario can feel like an overwhelming task, especially if you’ve never done it before. Once you begin, however, you will likely find that it is rewarding for the author(s) and for those who allow the scenario … Continue reading

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Reflection on Global Ethics Day

Last Wednesday, October 17th, Ethical Reasoning in Action helped JMU celebrate Global Ethics Day for the first time. Global Ethics Day is an event developed by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs where participants around the world hold … Continue reading

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