Faculty Initiatives

  • Faculty at training
  • Faculty teaching
  • Guiding students

The Rutland Institute believes partnering with faculty is key to the success of our mission and vision. See below for the way we engage faculty and offer resources to support the continuation of high-quality ethics education.

Faculty Advocating for a Commitment to Ethics (FACE)

Our Faculty Advocating for a Commitment to Ethics (FACE) Commitee is a committed group of faculty leaders who exist to strengthen the foundation of ethics education throughout Clemson University by ensuring opportunities for curricular and co-curricular integration of ethics throughout the breadth and length of the university. This committee is represented by two faculty members per academic college.

The Question Project 

The Question Project is a national program fostered by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) focused on teaching students the art of asking good questions and how to engage in conversation and providing space for a collegial dialogue to enhance/encourage the power of curiosity.

Should you have questions about faculty activities and initiatives and/or wish to support the institute's mission, please contact Dr. McCoy at wmccoy@clemson.edu.