Summer Ethics Internships

September 01, 2009 —

A DECADE OF SUPPORT FOR STUDENT RESEARCH

The University of Miami offers a variety of summer internships in ethics and the professions.  Interns are expected to work on a mentored research project in bioethics, business ethics, government and professional ethics or the like.  Interns, who receive a modest stipend, meet regularly in small groups that include didactic sessions and at which they update faculty and each other on progress in their projects.  Students are expected to complete a final, written report at the end of the session. Created in 1996 with philosophy students as the core constituency, the Summer Ethics Internship Program is traditionally sponsored by the University of Miami Ethics Programs, the Department of Philosophy and the College of Arts and Sciences. Click here for a history of summer interns and, in most cases, project titles and abstracts. When projects have resulted in publications, the citations are given. For more information, email the UM Ethics Programs at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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