Center for Ethics

Our Mission

The mission of Webster University's Center for Ethics is to stimulate dialogue, encourage awareness, and promote critical thinking about ethical issues. The Center aims to inspire reflection about ethical dilemmas and helps bring together people normally separated by disciplinary boundaries. Through curricular development and public forums, the Center identifies issues of moral importance and supports environments conducive to collegial ethical analysis. The Center serves as a resource for collaboration within the university and throughout the larger community, urging participants to identify their roles and responsibilities to one another as citizens of local and global communities. The Center does not endorse any particular viewpoint; it aims to promote sophisticated discussions through which various ethical positions can be discussed.

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Contact Information:

Webster University's Center for Ethics is located in the Pearson House at Webster University's Saint Louis campus.
Kate Parsons, Director, kparsons@webster.edu | (314) 968-7887

 

Steering Committee & Ethics Program Instructors:

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