Our Story: A Campus-Wide Theme

Every year, the Center for Engaged Ethics weaves a theme through the Hiram curriculum, creating campus-wide engagement and conversation around the great ethical challenges and questions of our era. From Food and Hunger, to War or Sustainability, the Center seeks to enrich classroom learning, connect students across all disciplines, and help our community face these ethical challenges.


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Ethics Across the Curriculum

The Annual Ethics Theme for 2013-2014 is Disability and Ability, and a rich set of programs and curricula is taking shape across various Departments and Centers of Distinction. The novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon, will serve as the Common Reading to introduce and raise questions surrounding this theme for the Class of 2017 and the broader campus community.