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International Symposium for Professional Ethics Education “What is an Effective way in Educating Professional Ethics?”

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International Symposium on Professional Ethics Education

“What is an effective way in educating Professional Ethics? ”

 

Recent news on data falsifications and evidence destructions makes us re-consider ethics education in universities. What we need, may be an ethical education focused on ethics as basic human beings.

In this symposium, we will invite researchers from the United States who have been involved in professional ethics education across diverse specialized professions, and discuss an effective professional ethics education that include both professional ethics and ethics as human beings.

 

Date: December 13, 2014Sat.11:0016:20open 10:30

Venue: Jyosuikaikan Hall Fuji2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)  MAP

Access:

4min walk from : Tokyo Metro Hanzomon, Toei Mita, Toei Shinjyuku lines : Kanbocho station (exit A9)

4min walk from : Tokyo Metro Tozai line : Takebashi station

Fee: Free(up to 70 people)

Registration / Contact: Please contact the below e-mail for registration

law-hp.g[at]dm.hit-u.ac.jp

(Amano, Hitotsubashi University Professional Ethical Education Project)

※Please change the [at] to @ when sending the e-mail

Host: Hitotsubashi University  Development of Methods of Professional Ethics Education with a focus on Education of Lawyers Project

 

プログラム:

【Greetings】 Hitoshi Aoki(Hitostubashi University Graduate School of Law, Dean of Graduate School)

 

【1st Program】

11:15~11:35

General Report “A New Class Structure with Teaming of Diverse Lecturers and Intensive Class Discussions”

Keiichi Muraoka(Research Professor at Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law/Head of Hitotsubashi University Professional Ethics Education Project)

 

11:35~11:55

Research Report “How Ethics Education ought to be and New Practices – Education of Management and legal Ethics”

Mieko Kuwayama(Research Professor at Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law/Hitotsubashi University Professional Ethics Education Project)

 

11:55~12:15

Research Report: “Ethical Education in the United States – What can Japan learn from its model?”

Setsuko Matsuyama(Journalist/Hitotsubashi University Professional Ethics Education Project Researcher)

 

【Break】 12:30~13:30

 

【2nd program】

13:30~15:00

Lecture

Approaches to Teaching Professional Ethics: a U.S. Perspective

Elaine Englehardt(Utah Valley University, Distinguished Professor of Ethics)

Michael Pritchard(Western Michigan University, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics in Society)

*There will be a simultaneous interpretation from English to Japanese

 

【3rd program】

15:10~16:10

General Discussion

Facilitator: Keiichi Muraoka(Research Professor at Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law/Head of Hitotsubashi University Professional Ethics Education Project)

 

【Reception】

17:00~ Venue: Josuikaikan Hall Keyaki

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