Friday, September 17, 2010

APPE 20th Annual Meeting

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Twentieth Anniversary Annual Meeting, March 3-6, 2011
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel

The Association invites submissions for its Twentieth Annual Meeting. Submissions are invited on ethical issues in all fields (e.g., public administration, law, the environment, accounting, engineering, computer science, research ethics, business, medicine, health care, journalism, higher education) and on issues that cut across professions. Special consideration will be given to topics that deal with ethical issues which cut across at least two disciplines or professions and are co-authored by persons from different disciplines.

Teaching demonstrations, discussion of moral education, and presentations on ethics curriculum development are welcome. You do not need to be a member of the Association to make a submission. Submissions will be considered in the following categories: 1) Individual Formal Papers; 2) Panels including Formal Papers; 3) Panels for Round Table Discussions; 4) Pedagogical Demonstrations for Teaching Ethics; 5) Case Study Presentation and Discussion; 6) Author Meets the Critics; 7) Lunch with an Author. You may submit materials in more than one category, but normally only one submission will be accepted for the program for all except the Author Meets the Critics and Lunch With an Author sessions.

Special Paper Competitions for the Twentieth Annual Meeting

1. Competition for the Best Formal Paper by a Early Career Scholar
$500 prize The Association is pleased to announce a competition for the best paper submitted for next year’s Annual Meeting by an Early Career Scholar (An early career scholar is defined as one who has received a Ph.D. within the last 8 years.) Up to three awards may be made in this category.

2. Competition for Best Formal Paper by a Graduate Student
$500 prize The Association is pleased to announce a competition for the best paper submitted by a graduate student for next year’s Annual Meeting. (The registration fee will be paid for all graduate students whose individual paper has been reviewed and accepted for the Annual Meeting.) A select number of submissions in the above competitions will be considered for publication in the International Journal of Applied Ethics.

3. Competition for Best Formal Paper on Pre-college Ethics
$1,000 prize The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics is pleased to announce that, with support of the Squire Family Foundation, we will sponsor a competition at the next Annual Meeting to advance the work of those interested in pre-college ethics.

4. Undergraduate Formal Paper Competition
Undergraduate students are invited to submit papers on any topic in practical and professional ethics. The Annual Meeting registration fee will be paid for those students whose papers have been accepted.

The Submission Postmark Deadlines are:
Formal Papers, Panels, Pedagogical Demonstrations, Case Study Presentation and Discussion Submission Deadline is: October 16, 2010
Lunch With an Author Submission Deadline is October 9, 2010
Undergraduate Paper Submission Deadline is October 30, 2010

For complete details see http://www.indiana.edu/~appe/annualmeeting.html
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