Category: Ethics

Ethics students visit the Florida Holocaust Museum on Veterans Day

by Ethics Department Assistant Professor Joann Vaughan This past Veterans Day, I and my students from the Seminole campus and online classes of St. Petersburg College visited the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg. The visit was sponsored by the St. Petersburg College Applied Ethics Department. When we arrived, we were given the opportunity to … Continue reading Ethics students visit the Florida Holocaust Museum on Veterans Day

Ethics fall scholarships awarded

By Dr. Laurie King, Professor of Applied Ethics Every fall and spring semester, the Applied Ethics Institute awards scholarships to students enrolled in our PHI 1600 Applied Ethics course. We have been awarding these scholarships for years, giving out $1000.00 divided between five different students each semester. We also try to make sure students from … Continue reading Ethics fall scholarships awarded

Holocaust Museum visit proves poignant to SPC ethics students

Packaged donations for veterans

By Melissa Coakley, Professor On Friday, September 30 the St. Petersburg College Applied Ethics Department sponsored a student field trip to the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg. The visit helped solidify some of the theoretical notions learned in PHI 1600, such as Kant’s Respect for Persons, the categorical imperative put forth by philosopher Immanuel … Continue reading Holocaust Museum visit proves poignant to SPC ethics students