Prospectus & Report: Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics
In its first six months of operation, the C A A E has concentrated on fee-for-service seminars for corporations and government agencies, consulting, grant development for collaborative projects, and new curriculum for the university. The scope of the C A A E 's potential activities em braces the full range of practical ethical issues arising in the contexts of private and public organizations and professions. But our approach is to begin modestly and to build incrementally, a s our resources and comparative strengths allow. Our priority is collaboration with the world of practical affairs.