Plastic Surgery – Good Choice Or Bad Decision

Plastic Surgery – Good Choice Or Bad Decision

In the past plastic surgery, has been something only rich people could afford. But, in the recent years, things are changing, and more and more people are accepting this trend. American are visiting plastic surgeons in hope to fix their imperfections. But, are these surgeries harmless as many doctors represent them. Learn more about modern trends and that side effect they might cause you.

Nose job

Nose Job

The nose job is one of the most popular procedures among the American. A skilled doctor may make your nose look smaller, by removing bumps or taking care of the crook. Doctors suggest that people younger than 15 shouldn’t perform this procedure. Some major problems aren’t recorded, the only thing that can make you change your mind is that surgery is very painful.

Face-lifting

We all want to look younger and in most cases the face – lifting is the answer for that. Starting from the ears, a surgeon will remove the excess of the skin. In some cases, if you overdo with face – lifting, you won’t be able to laugh frequently. In the last couple of years, this procedure is losing its popularity. Now people are using filters of Botox to remedy imperfection on their skin.

Liposuction


For individuals who don’t like to exercise, liposuction is a great solution. But, in some cases, it can lead to death if a doctor removes a significant amount of fat from your body. The healthier option is a diet or the use of some natural supplements, such as chocolate slim, which will help you reduce your weight.

 

WELCOME to the featured articles of the Journal of College and Character.

Jon C. Dalton, Co-editor

Pamela C. Crosby, Co-editor

Eboo Patel and Cassie Meyer, Interfaith Youth Core

Engaging Religious Diversity on Campus: The Role of

Vincent D. Rougeau, Notre Dame Law School

Reforming the Legal Profession Through Faith-Based Service Learning for Law Students

Dennis Wiese, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Tony W. Cawthon, Clemson University

The Uniformity of Spiritual Culture in Nine Southern Student Affairs Graduate Preparation Programs

Glen L. Sherman, William Paterson University

Martin Heidegger’s Concept of Authenticity: A Philosophical Contribution to Student Affairs Theory

Sandra Nadelson, Boise State University; Louis Nadelson, Boise State University; and Richard Osguthorpe, Boise State University

Perceptions of Education, Engineering, and Nursing Faculty Members Regarding their Role in Helping Students Develop Professional Behavior

Jon C. Dalton and Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Living with Maybes: The Upside of Hard Times for College Students

George Kuh, Indiana University

Hard Truths in Dark Times: Avoiding Campus Climate Depression in a Recession

Diana Chapman Walsh, Wellesley College

Holding on to Higher Education’s Highest Calling in Hard Times

Susan R. Komives, University of Maryland

Seasons or Global Warming: Reflections on Financial Challenges in Higher Education

Florence A. Hamrick, Iowa State University

Choosing to Hope in Challenging Times

Larry Moneta, Duke University

Hoping in Hard Times

Lisa M. Vaughn, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center/University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Stacey Naylor, Xavier University; and Stacy White, Jr., University of Connecticut

Relationship of Attachment Style and Ethnic Identity to Self-Actualization in College Students

Andrew M. Guest, James M. Lies, Jeff Kerssen-Griep, and Thomas J. Frieberg, University of Portland

Concepts of Social Justice as a Cultural Consensus: Starting Points for College Students of Different Political Persuasions

Mark Wm. Radecke, Susquehanna University

SCAM-ing Service-Learning and Mission Trips: A Satirical Essay

Robert Rodgers, The Ohio State University

Learning and Development: One and the Same?

Shane J. Lopez, Clifton Strengths Institute/Gallup, and Michelle C. Louis, Bethel University/Noel Strengths Academy

The Principles of Strengths-Based Education

Nansook Park, University of Rhode Island, and Christopher Peterson, University of Michigan

Character Strengths: Research and Practice

Ben Merriman, University of Chicago, and Sarah Wilson-Merriman, University Center Chicago

Radical Ethical Commitments on Campus: Results of Interviews with College-Aged Vegetarians

Cheryl Brown Lilly, Florida State University, and Robert Schwartz, Florida State University

Perceptions of Values at a Public Research University

Scott Seider, Boston University, and Howard Gardner, Harvard University

The Fragmented Generation

Rita Mei-Ching Ng, Ohio University, Zanesville

College and Character: What did Confucius Teach Us About the Importance of Integrating Ethics, Character, Learning, and Education?

Jon C. Dalton, Florida State University and Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Hoping in Hard Times: The Transformative Power of Hope in College Student Development

Richard P. Keeling, Keeling & Associates, LLC

Learning as Transformation: Resourcefulness and Renewal in Higher Education

Marcia B. Baxter Magolda, Miami University

Promoting Self-Authorship to Promote Liberal Education

Michael D. Coomes, Bowling Green State University Maureen E. Wilson, Bowling Green State University

The Contributions of Student Affairs to a Liberal Education: Three Imperative Questions

Marion Larson, Bethel University and Sara Shady, Bethel University

Interfaith Dialogue in a Pluralistic World: Insights from Martin Buber and Miroslav Volf

John Pijanowski, University of Arkansas

The Role of Learning Theory in Building Effective College Ethics Curricula

Robin Cooper, Nova Southeastern University

Constructing Belonging in a Diverse Campus Community

Karen S. Linstrum, Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Ethical Training, Moral Development, and Ethical Decision Making in Master’s-Level Counseling Students

Richard R. Crocker, Dartmouth College

Faith and Service in Private Non-sectarian Colleges

Rita Bornstein, Rollins College

Ethics and Leadership: A Former President Reflects on the Pivotal Role of Character in the College Presidency

Sharon Daloz Parks, Whidbey Institute

Leadership, Spirituality, and the College as a Mentoring Environment

Jon C. Dalton and Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Is Transformative Learning Illiberal? Some Considerations in Applying the Learning Paradigm in Out-of-Class Settings

Cheryl Keen, Walden University, and Kelly Hall, Wright State University

Post-Graduation Service and Civic Outcomes for High Financial Need Students of a Multi-Campus, Co-Curricular Service-Learning College Program

Dessa Bergen-Cico, Syracuse University, and Joe Viscomi, Syracuse University

Civic Aspirations as a Protective Factor Against College Students’ Abuse of Alcohol

Lee S. Duemer, Texas Tech University, Sheila Delony, Abeline Christian University, Kathleen Donalson, Eastern New Mexico University, and Amani Zaier, Texas Tech University

Behavioral Expectations of 110 Nationally Ranked Liberal Arts Colleges

Terrell L. Strayhorn, University of Tennessee

How College Students’ Engagement Affects Personal and Social Learning Outcomes

Debbie S. Easterling, Salisbury University, and Kenneth Smith, Salisbury University

A Factor-analytic Investigation of Students’ Perceptions Regarding Purpose, Choice of Major, and Future Work

Derek Maher, East Carolina University, David Knox, East Carolina University, and Angela DeCuzzi, East Carolina University

College Student Attitudes Toward Buddhism and Islam

Anne Colby, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Intersections of Political and Moral Development

Harry C. Boyte, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota

The American Dream

Samuel Speers, Vassar College

The Secular Thesis Revisited: Religious Life on the Secular College Campus Today

Elizabeth Hollander, Tufts University, and Nicholas V. Longo, Providence College

Student Political Engagement and the Renewal of Democracy

Larry A. Braskamp, The Gallup Organization

Developing Global Citizens

Shouping Hu, Florida State University

Do Financial Aid Awards in College Affect Graduates’ Democratic Values and Civic Engagement?

Perry L. Glanzer, Baylor University, andTodd C. Ream, Indiana Wesleyan University

Educating Different Types of Citizens: Identity, Tradition, and Moral Education

Roger Geertz Gonz�lez, Florida International University

College Student Spirituality at a Hispanic Serving Institution

Kieran Mathieson and Catherine Tyler, Oakland University

“We Don’t Need No Stinking Ethics”: The Struggle Continues

James W. Wagner, President, Emory University

The Practice of Community

  1. Robert Connor, President, Teagle Foundation Inc.

A Second Adolescence: Two Big Questions and Where They Belong

Robert J. Nash, University of Vermont

“Facing One Another in This Place”: Using Moral Conversation to Talk about Controversial Topics in College Settings

Cheryl Keen, Walden University

Reflections on Discussing “Hot Topics” on Campus and Antioch College’s Legacy of Open Community Dialogue

Scott Seider, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Lessons from a Hunger Strike at Harvard

Yasmine L. Konheim-Kalkstein, Mark A. Stellmack, and Margaret L. Shilkey, University of Minnesota

Comparison of Honor Code and Non-Honor Code Classrooms at a Non-Honor Code University

Linda A. Sanders, University of Denver

Raising Consciousness and Examining Values Through Playback Theatre

Irina Khramtsova, Arkansas State University

Character Strengths in College: Outcomes of a Positive Psychology Project

Ashley Tull, University of Arkansas andChristianne I. Medrano, Indiana University

Character Values Congruence and Person-Organization Fit in Student Affairs: Compatibility between Administrators and the Institutions That Employ Them

Arthur Sandeen, University of Florida

Some Personal Reflections After 42 Years in Student Affairs

Gregory S. Blimling, Rutgers University

You Can’t Rock The Boat If You’re Rowing It: And Other Observations About Life as a Student Affairs Administrator

Nancy Thomas, Director of the Democracy Imperative at the University of New Hampshire

Educating for Deliberative Democracy: The Role of Public Reason and Reasoning

Eboo Patel, Interfaith Youth Core

Religious Diversity and Cooperation on Campus

Donald A. Crosby, Colorado State University

The Most Important Course in the University

Catherine Fobes, Alma College

Vocation and Racial Discrimination in Campus Ministry

Charles J. Yoos II, Fort Lewis College and United States Air Force Academy

“il faut cultiver notre jardin.” Cultivating the College Garden of Character—a Process of Character Development at Liberal Arts Colleges

Julia van der Ryn, Dominican University of California

Thinking and Action: Preparing Students to Engage Complexity within Themselves and in the World

Cadence Kidwell, Florida State University

Discussing Mary: An Academic’s Experience of Faith in the Classroom

Phyllis L. Mable,Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

CAS: Encouraging Moral and Civic Learning Through Quality Programs and Services for Students

Victor Kazanjian, Wellesley College; Peter Laurence, Education as Transformation Project at Wellesley College

The Journey Toward Multi-faith Community on Campus: The Religious and Spiritual Life Program at Wellesley College

Laurie D. Casteen, University of Virginia; Elizabeth M. Gibson, Virginia Theological Seminary; and Patricia M. Lampkin, University of Virginia

Fostering Moral Reflection and Perception in College

Dafina Lazarus Stewart, Bowling Green State University

“Feed My Sheep”: Faculty Shepherding Student Ethical Development in College

Stephen J. Nelson, Bridgewater State College

The Crucible of Crisis: Three Presidents Confront the Perfect Storm

Art Chickering, Goddard College

On What Basis Do You Vote? Developmental Perspectives for a Pluralistic Democracy

Larry Braskamp, Loyola University Chicago

Three “Central” Questions Worth Asking

Jane Fried, Central Connecticut State University

Thinking Skillfully and Respecting Difference: Understanding Religious Privilege on Campus

Ric Keaster, Western Kentucky University

As You Leave for College

Mark Wm. Radecke, Susquehanna University

Service-Learning and Faith Formation

Anthony R. Artino, Jr., University of Connecticut

Assessing Ethical Dilemmas in Educational Research: Does Formal Ethics Training Make a Difference?

Daniel Saunders, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

The Impact of Neoliberalism on College Students

Kieran Mathieson, Oakland University.

Sneaking a Philosophical Camel into a Business Tent: Labeling the Summum Bonum for Business Students

William Palmer, Alma College

Teaching Hidden Wholeness: Spirituality and Literature

Catherine Ganiere, Brigham Young University; Scott L. Howell, Brigham Young University; and Richard D. Osguthorpe, Boise State University.

“Like Produces Like”: John Heyl Vincent and His 19th Century Theory of Character Education

Dennis Attick, Georgia State University

Television, Experience, and Knowledge: A Deweyan Critique of TV in the Lives of American Youth

Alyssa N. Bryant, North Carolina State University

The Effects of Involvement in Campus Religious Communities on College Student Adjustment and Development

Larry Moneta, Vice President for Student Affairs at Duke University

Clash of Cultures

Larry D. Roper, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Oregon State University

Controversy and Community: The Effect and Affect of Student Values Expression

James T. Walz, Orlando V. Griego, and George S. Babbes, Azusa Pacific University

Does Gaming Lead to Cheating? A Model of Gaming to Cheating

Scott Seider, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Frame-Changing Experiences and the Freshman Year: Catalyzing A Commitment to Service-Work and Social Action

Kimberly M. Tatum and Susan W. Harrell, University of West Florida

Ethical Issues Faced by the Dual Professional: Lawyers as Faculty in Higher Education

Rodney Arnold, College of the Ozarks, Barbara N. Martin, University of Central Missouri, Michael Jinks, University of Central Missouri, and Linda Bigby, University of Central Missouri

Is there a Relationship between Honor Codes and Academic Dishonesty?

Anna E. McEwan, University of Montevallo

Do Metaphors Matter in Higher Education?

President Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., DePaul University

All the Questions: Spirituality in the University

Arthur Chickering, Goddard College

Strengthening Spirituality and Civic Engagement in Higher Education

Jon C. Dalton, Florida State University

Community Service and Spirituality: Integrating Faith, Service, and Social Justice at DePaul University

Charles R. Strain, DePaul University

Moving Like a Starfish: Beyond a Unilinear Model of Student Transformation in Service Learning Classes

Molly Andolina, Ellen Meents-DeCaigny and Karl Nass, DePaul University

College Students, Faith and the Public Realm: The Relationship Between Religious Attitudes and Civic and Political Engagement

JoAnn Campbell, Minnesota Campus Compact

Practices from Spiritual Direction that Deepen Civic Engagement

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A Content Analysis of Traditional Undergraduate Course Syllabi: Reinforcing the Message of Academic Honesty?

Thomas B. Coburn, President of Naropa University

Cultivating Spiritual Academics for Leadership—A Presidential Perspective

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Frederick G. Lopez, University of Houston, Stephanie Chervinko, Thad Strom, Pei-Chen Hsu, Janet Kinney, Mary Bradley, Michigan State University

What Does it Mean to be an Adult?: A Qualitative Study of College Students’ Perceptions and Coping Processes

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A Survey of Religion on Campus and the Impact of the Knox Experience

Jessica A. Kerby and Phillip Johnson, Western Michigan University

Students’ Reactions to Cheating: An Examination of the Effects of Confession on Forgiveness and Emotions

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Diana Chapman Walsh, President of Wellesley College

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Scott D. Miller, President of Wesley College

Offering Roots and Wings: How Can a Values-Centered Education Help?

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Value Conflict: Student Development and The Costs and Benefits of Entrepreneurial Partnerships in Higher Education

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A Collegiate Dilemma: The Lack of Formal Training in Ethics for Professors

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Faculty Perceptions of Plagiarism

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Sara Hopkins-Powell, Southern Oregon University

Creating Silence on the Campus

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Education in Praxis: The Case Of Stetson University’s Microcredit Initiatives

Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Awakening the Spirit: The Role of Higher Education in Leading Students to Discover and Pursue Their Calling: Part IV: Finding Meaning at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Claudia Beversluis, Jane Hendriksma and Shirley Roels, Calvin College

Consistent Moral Formation in a Reformed Christian College

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Discover “Vocation”: An Essay on the Concept of Vocation

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Teaching Future Teachers about Vocation: Lessons from Mr. Hatch and Miss Rumphius

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Supporting Students’ Spiritual Growth in College: Recommendations for Student Affairs Practioners

Arthur W. Carter, Penn State University

Communitarianism: Implications for Addressing College Student Values

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Is Civic Responsibility a Purpose for Leadership Development Programs

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A Case Study: Student Political Civic Leadership Development In a Higher Education Coordinating Board

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Robert Hynes, Fitchburg State College

Maximizing Outcomes of Volunteer Programs Through a Functional Approach to Motivation

Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Awakening the Spirit: The Role of Higher Education in Leading Students to Discover and Pursue Their Calling. Part III: Creating Informed Student Activists at Connecticut College

James O. Pawelski, Vanderbilt University

Character as Ethical Democracy: Definitions and Measures

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Fostering Holistic Student Development: Perspectives of Chief Academic Officers

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Perceptions of Consensual Amorous Relationship Polices (CARPs)

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Roasting the Seeds of Law School Stress

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Spirituality in Higher Education: A National Study of College Students’ Search for Meaning and Purpose

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Thomas J. Johnson, Jean Kristeller, and Virgil L. Sheets, Indiana State University

Religiousness and Spirituality in College Students: Separate Dimensions with Unique and Common Correlates

Donna L. Hight, Ph.D. and Diana L. Cooper, Ph.D., University of Georgia

Communicating for Character: Designing Community Values Statements

Alan Arroyo, Ed.D. and George Selig, Ed.D., Regent University

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Penn State Students and the Contrast between Religion and Spirituality

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Transcendence in the Public Schools: The Teacher as Moral Model

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Awakening the Spirit: The Role of Higher Education in Leading Students to Discover and Pursue Their Calling: Part II: Learning from the Past at Fisk University

Rodger Narloch, Ph.D., St. John’s University

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Pamela C. Crosby, Florida State University

Awakening the Spirit: The Role of Higher Education in Leading Students to Discover and Pursue Their Calling. Part I: Discovering the Self at Sarah Lawrence College

Emmanuel Oritsejafor and James S. Guseh, North Carolina Central University

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Alan Arroyo and George Selig, Regent University

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Darrell Ray, Art Institute of Atlanta

An Examination of the Role of Race and Autonomy Level in the Moral Orientation of Male Greek Students

Jenny Lee, University of Arizona

Aurora Matzkin and Sara Arthur, New York University

Understanding Students’ Religious and Spiritual Pursuits: A Case Study at New York University

Jennifer A. Lindholm, University of California, Los Angeles

The Role of Faculty in College Students’ Spirituality

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Bridging Community Service and Life’s Great Questions: Thoughts on Co-Teaching a Service-Learning Course

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Scott L. Howell, Ellen Allred, Dwight Laws, and Travis Jordan, Brigham Young University

Integrating the Aims of Brigham Young University into Its Distance Education Programs: A Case Study

Christy Cole, Ohio Northern University

Character Development as an Outcome of the Ohio Northern University Educational Experience

Arthur Chickering, Vermont College, of the Union Institute and University

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Bruce L. Mallory, University of New Hampshire

When the Medium is the Message: Promoting Ethical Action through Democratic Dialogue

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Jon Dalton, Florida State University

Encouraging Authenticity and Spirituality in Higher Education, Introduction – Intro

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Rekindling Meaning in Undergraduate Education: Institutional Culture and Character Development

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Teaching Philanthropy in the History of Higher Education: Values and the Public Good

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Educating for Dissent as a Civic Responsibility

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James O. Pawelski, Vanderbilt University

The Promise of Positive Psychology for the Assessment of Character

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Affective Development in College Students: Strategies that Promote Ethical Decision-Making and Compassionate Choice

Kieran Mathieson, Oakland University

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Can We Bring Spirituality Back to Campus? Higher Education’s Re-Engagement with Values and Spirituality*

Larry Braskamp and Robin Remich, Loyola University

The Centrality of Student Development in the Life of Faculty at Faith and Church Related Colleges and Universities

Michael Hollway, Ohio Wesleyan College

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Cultivating Empathy and Empowerment Among Cultural Others: Values Education and Study Abroad

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Kieran Mathieson & Mukesh Bhargava, School of Business Administration, Oakland University

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The DePaul Values Project and the DeVI: Assessing Students’ Perceptions of a Private University’s Core Mission and Values

Eileen G. Sullivan & Donald G. Nieman, Bowling Green State University

The Bowling Green Experience: A State University’s Initiative to Prepare Principled Citizens

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Citizenship and Spirituality Among College Students: What Have We Learned and Where Are We Headed?

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Stephen J. Nelson, Brown University

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James T. Broadbear, Illinois State University

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A Case for Discussion: Ethics in University-Community Outreach Efforts

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Anne Colby, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

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John B. Bennett, Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT

Replacing the Social Contract with the Covenant

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Patricia N. Pierson, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, & Geraldine H. Holmes, Louisiana State University

Perceptions of Work Ethic Among College Seniors: A Comparative Study

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Whassup? A Glimpse Into the Attitudes and Beliefs of the Millennial Generation

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Victor L. Worsfold, University of Texas at Dallas

Autonomy and Decency in 21st-Century Liberal Education

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Social Values of Indian and United States Female University Students: Implications for Exchange Programs

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Does Allah Matter at Your Alma Mater? Religiously-Affiliated Colleges, Social Transformation and Violent Inter-Cultural Conflict

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Joseph L. Murray, Abra N. Feuerstein, & Don C. Adams, Bucknell University

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Moral Leadership: Ancient Lessons for Modern Times

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The Effects of Membership in Residential Learning Communities

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Negotiating Ethical Dilemmas In The Classroom From A Cross-Literary and Multicultural Context

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Transforming College Curriculum Toward Moral Learning and Civic Responsibility

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On Call: An Institutional Initiative to Explore Students’ Understandings of and Responses to Vocation

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Character Education in Preservice Education: One Institution’s Response

Derek Bok, Harvard University

Universities and the Decline of Civic Responsibility

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A President’s Diary: Reflections on Leadership and Values at Penn State

Paul Ewald, Antioch University

Civil Leadership in the Academy

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Strategies for Involving the Faculty in Civic Renewal

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The President as Ethical Role Model:Instituting an Ethic of Leadership at Fisk University in the 1950s

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Moral and Civic Learning

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The Indigenous Worldview as a Prerequisite for Effective Civic Learning in Higher Education

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Personality, Gender, and the Ways People Perceive Moral Dilemmas in Everyday Life

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John B. Bennett, Quinnipiac University

Civic and Moral Virtues: Teaching by Practicing Hospitality

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Fusing Competence and Character: Celebrating Postmodern Expressions in Higher Education

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Educating for Ethical Action: MBA Student Perceptions of Peer Needs

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On Making Moral Citizens

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Dr. Rivka Witenberg, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Do Unto Others: Toward Understanding Racial Tolerance and Acceptance

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Ethics in Practice: A Case Study in Leadership

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Dr. George Kuh, Indiana University

Do Environments Matter? A Comparative Analysis of the Impression of Different Types of Colleges and Universities on Character

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A Good-Willed Cookbook: Recipes for Ethical Problem Solving and Education

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Spirituality at State:Private Journeys and Public Visions

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