New Network for Research on Morality (NRM) (April 2019)
In April 2019, the steering committee met at Miami University to inaugurate the new network with a symposium on morality and science. This included Director of Center for the Study of Ethical Development – Dr. David Walker. (See photo below.)
Talks are available here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6086515
What is NRM?
Network for Research in Morality (NRM) is an interdisciplinary organization, with members from many disciplines, including psychology, philosophy, education, sociology, medicine, law, history, and business.
Since its founding in October, 2018, over 140 scholars have already joined the NRM. The purpose of the NRM is to encourage and support interdisciplinary research that can support and enrich moral development, understanding and education.
Further information and requests to join NRM (currently operates as a listserv network) may be made to:
Professor Blaine Fowers (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Educational and Psychological Studies, Miami University
Photo (from left to right: President Julio Frenk, Barry Schwartz, Blaine Fowers, Catherine Darnell, David Walker , Ken Goodman, Joe Michalski)