The Emory Center for Ethics is dedicated to exploring how ethical issues underlie the decisions that shape our minds, lives, and society.
Composed of scholars from across the university, the Center partners with universities, NGOs, corporations, and individuals to collaborate, debate, exchange information, and study together. Hosting renowned public programs, consulting for private and public organizations, and bringing diverse experts together to solve thorny ethical problems, the Center for Ethics spearheads innovation in ethical thought in science, business, and civil life. With your support, the Center will continue tackling tough questions, promoting social justice and equality, to engaging religious, philosophical, and secular systems of thought, and fostering productive and respectful dialogue.
For Emory Day of Giving, we are highlighting these giving opportunities:
- The Ethics and Servant Leadership Program (EASL) program shapes future community leaders by teaching servant leadership to and promoting ethically engaged practice by Emory students, faculty, administrators, and staff.
- Farkas Goldman Family Food Studies and Ethics Fund. Inspired by the question—what are better ways to feed ourselves that ensure healthier bodies, robust economies, and strengthened environments?—this new program aims to train the next generation of leaders to boldly build a food system that better nourishes humans, the economy, and the environment.