Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Theories and Applications in Contemporary Ethics

CEED 6100

Course Schedule for 2009

  Day 1 (May 18) Day 2 (May 19) Day 3 (May 20)

9:00 – 10:15


10:30 – 11:45

11:45 – 12:00
Foundations in Moral Philosophy

Foundations in the Computer Sciences


Foundations in Moral Theology

Foundations of Economics


Foundations in Moral Psychology

Foundations of History


12:00 – 1:00
Lunch with faculty
Lunch with faculty
Lunch with faculty
1:00 – 2:30
Decision-making Machines: Privacy, Artificial Intelligence and the Computer-mediated Society
Global Markets and the Marginalized: Can Ethics and Economics Converge?
When Cultural Assumptions Cause Harm: A Case for Cultural Competency
Afternoon II
2:45 – 3:45
Breakout Session
Breakout Session
Breakout Session
Afternoon III
4:00 – 5:00

 Group Presentation

Group Presentation

Group Presentation

Breakout sessions are used to discuss cases and generate presentations for the group.
Group presentations are made and discussed among students and faculty.

Participating Faculty

The cross-disciplinary lectures and discussions will be facilitated by the following faculty members:

Michael Baur: Foundations in Moral Philosophy
    Dr. Baur is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and an Adjuct Professor of Law.

Christine Firer Hinze: Foundations in Moral Theology
    Dr. Hinze is a Professor of Theology

Damian Lyons: Foundations in Computer Science
    Dr. Lyons is Chair of and an Associate Professor of Computer and Information Sciences.

S. Beth Penry: Foundations in History
    Dr. Penry is an Associate Professor of History and director of the Latin American and Latino Studies Institute.

Monica Rivera-Mindt: Foundations in Moral Psychology
    Dr. Rivera-Mindt is an Assistant Professor of Psychology.

Booi Themeli: Foundations in Economics
    Dr. Themeli is an Assistant Professor of Economics.

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