ERIC Number: ED365894
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Institute on College Student Values Proceedings (Tallahassee, Florida, February 1993).
Lenz, Janet, Ed.
This document presents articles from the 1993 Institute on College Student Values, an annual seminar sponsored by the Florida State University Division of Student Affairs to provide a forum for discussion of research, educational strategies, and current developments related to the ethical development of students during the college years. The 1993 Institute examined ethical development issues in students' learning and growth during the college years with a special focus on creating community on campus. Included are articles from four major speakers: (1) "The Undergraduate Experience: In Search of Values" (Ernest Boyer); (2) "Learning From Simon's Rock" (Helen Horowitz); (3) "Promoting Social Responsibility: A Challenge for Higher Education" (Alexander Astin); and (4) "Who Is There Big Enough To Love the Whole Planet?" (William Sloane Coffin). Also included are abstracts from concurrent sessions on creating community on the college campus; student service and the struggle for a public voice; social corrections, mutual respect and valued concepts of right and wrong; the value of the academy; unnatural acts in the world; creating a democratic community in an undergraduate residence hall; academic integrity among college students; empowerment of students against racism; developing values through communication; social responsibility; caring as an emerging value in the classroom-as-community; integrating values education into an elective program; religious tradition and ethical development; and multicultural community building. The Institute program agenda is included. (NB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Div. of Student Affairs.