The Rock Ethics Institute’s Honors Thesis Research Awards are presented to undergraduate students in the Paterno Fellows Program who are researching ethics-related topics in their theses. The award provides financial support for thesis research and related activities. Following the completion of their theses, awardees are asked to present their research at a Rock Ethics Institute event and contribute a blog post on their research for the Rock Ethics Institute Everyday Ethics page. French and Francophone Studies major TJ Sullivan is among the four most recent winners. You can read more about his project here. Congratulations TJ!
Published: August 13, 2015