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Ethics Prizes and Fellowships

Student Ethics Prizes

Helen and Norman Burg Student Ethics Prize
The Fordham University Center for Ethics Education awards the annual Helen and Norman Burg Ethics Prize to the best undergraduate and best graduate student papers on an ethics-related topic produced within the previous 12 months. All Fordham students are eligible.

Fordham Undergraduate Prize in Ethics and Morality
The Fordham University's Center for Ethics Education is pleased to announce the Dr. K. York and M. Noelle Chynn Undergraduate Essay Prize in Ethics and Morality. The purpose of the paper is to stimulate student self-examination about concepts of ethics and morality encountered personally or as a concerned member of society.

Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities

Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
The Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute (RETI) offers early career investigators research ethics training and financial support for a mentored research project that contributes to evidenced-based HIV prevention research ethics practices.

Center Visiting Fellows and Scholars Program
The Center for Ethics Education Visiting Fellow and Scholar Program seeks to draw individuals who will benefit from the rich exchange of ideas with members of the Center’s faculty and who will bring promising scholarship in return. The program fosters opportunities for an individual with an interest in ethics to interact with Center Faculty in support of his or her scholarly and/or professional goals. We invite applications from scholars, professors, policy makers, health-care professionals, and others who wish to use the Center’s many informal and formal resources to advance their work.

The Fordham/Santander Universities International Scholarship in Ethics Education
The Santander and Ethics and Society Scholarship provides direct support for international students who wish to pursue graduate-level study at Fordham University’s Master’s in Ethics and Society program. The master’s program, administered by the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education, provides students with a cross-disciplinary learning experience integrating moral foundations in humanities and sciences and their application to important contemporary social issues.