The Ethics of Reopening
Pandemics rightly invite the language of science and best practice when it comes to the choices we make. If you listen, however, there’s another conversation of right and wrong and assignments of “Who is responsible?” It’s the language of ethics and morality, and, in that vein, I’ve been ruminating on the ethics of colleges and universities reopening for the fall term. Here’s a baker’s dozen.
Originally published: July 21, 2020
Author: Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider
Institution: Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
Published by: Inside Higher Ed