The Arrupe Center Fellows Program has been implemented to enhance faculty involvement in the mission of the Arrupe Center. Faculty may demonstrate their commitment to ethics-based research and teaching by applying for one or more of five Arrupe Center Fellowships. Click on the links to view the fellowship proposal guidelines. We encourage you to use the Web-based forms to submit your proposals.
Arrupe Center Research Fellowships
Arrupe Center Teaching Fellowships
Arrupe Center Case Writing Fellowships
Arrupe Center Professional Development Fellowships
Arrupe Center Ethics Across the Curriculum Fellowships
Contact Kim Nagasarsingh at email@example.com or 610.660.1142 for more information.
After receiving two Professional Development Fellowships for attendance at conferences where the recipient did not present a paper, the Arrupe Center expects evidence of one or more of the following before granting an additional Professional Development Fellowship: A new course with substantial ethics content; a new course module with substantial ethics; a scholarly paper either presented at a conference or submitted to a journal.
After attending a conference, Professional Development Fellows are expected to provide a one-page report outlining how the conference will enhance either their teaching of ethics or their scholarship on ethics.