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binary man running with text ethics in the information age

What are the ethical and social implications of contemporary developments in information technology?

The Ethics in the Information Age event series draws together scholars from Indiana University and nationally to explore this question. Our aims are to foster insights through interdisciplinary dialogue, explore potential for scholarly collaboration, and generate student engagement on topics of clear relevance to us all.

 

 Co-Organizers:

 

photo of fabio rojasFabio Rojas; Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences, Bloomington, frojas@indiana.edu






photo of joseph tomainJoseph A. Tomain; Mauer School of Law, Bloomington, jtomain@indiana.edu






photo of angie raymondAngie Raymond; Business Law and Ethics, Kelley School of Business, Bloomington, angraymo@indiana.edu

 

 

 

photo of scott shackelfordScott James Shackelford; Business Law and Ethics, Kelley School of Business, Bloomington, sjshacke@indiana.edu

 

 

Please check back for upcoming events beginning this Fall